AN APULIAN RED-FIGURED TREFOIL OINOCHOE
CIRCA 340-320 B.C.
With a female driving a quadriga to the left, the reins in her left hand, wearing a chiton, a himation, and beaded necklaces, her hair in a kekryphalos fronted by a radiate stephane, the ties billowing, the four galloping horses rearing, alternating white and red in color; a band of meander encircling below, laurel on the shoulders centered by a rosette, rays on the neck, short vertical lines at the rim, a large palmette and tendrils below the ribbed handle; details in added yellow and white, some red wash throughout, a molded facing head on the neck below the rim, on the handle at the join to the trefoil mouth, and at the join to the body
16 1/8 in. (40.9 cm.) high
with Jürgen Haering, Freiburg, Germany, early 1990s.