AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED STEMLESS BAND-CUP
AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED STEMLESS BAND-CUP

CLASS OF THE TOP-BAND STEMLESSES, CIRCA 510-500 B.C.

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AN ATTIC BLACK-FIGURED STEMLESS BAND-CUP
CLASS OF THE TOP-BAND STEMLESSES, CIRCA 510-500 B.C.
Each side decorated with standing robed Dionysos, holding a raised rhyton, flanked by dancing satyrs, palmettes on either side of the handles
10 ½ in. (26.6 cm.) diam. inc. handles
Provenance
Dr Schweizer collection, Basel, 1960s.
with Galleria Serodine SA, Ascona, from whom acquired by the present owner in 1999.

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Lot Essay

For a discussion of the Class of Top-Band Stemlesses see A. Petrakova, CVA, Russia, St Petersburg: The State Hermitage Museum, Attic Black-Figure and Bilingual Drinking Cups, Rome, 2006, p. 59.

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