A GREEK POTTERY FIGURAL VASE
Canosan, Circa Early 3rd Century B.C.
The hollow vessel in the form of a female head with pointed chin, pursed fleshy lips, large nose, and big eyes, wearing earrings, her hair pulled back below a diadem, surmounted by a standing draped female figure serving as the vessel neck, joined to a strap handle; together with a standing draped figure from a similar vessel; and a terracotta attachment from a composite vessel in the form of a winged draped figure of Nike, with a radiating crown, holding an alabastron in her raised right hand, a small bird in her left hand
173/8 in. (44.1 cm) high (3)