London, South Kensington
27 October 2009
AN ATTIC MINIATURE BLACK-FIGURE SQUAT LEKYTHOS, ATTRIBUTED TO THE DOLPHIN CLASS
CIRCA 550-525 B.C.
With three ivy leaves on the shoulder and three rays on the body, 4¼ in. (11 cm.) high; an Attic black-figure miniature eye cup, with pair of eyes with brows either side of handles, 6th Century B.C., 3¼ in. (8.2 cm.) diam. excl. handles; and a South Italian miniature hydria with profile head of a female, circa 4th Century B.C., 4¼ in. (11 cm.) high (3)
Formerly in the collection of the late Mr W. Levy (1916-2006), acquired Charles Ede Ltd, September 1993 (item one) and London market between 1960-1990 (item two): sold Bonhams, London, 26 April 2007, part lot 328.
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