A LARGE CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURE BAIL AMPHORA
4TH CENTURY B.C.
Side A: a bejewelled draped woman holding out a mirror in one hand, a fillet in the other, facing another standing draped woman who offers a large fluted phiale, a dotted circlet in her other hand, each with hair dressed in a sakkos and stephane, a window, rosettes and hanging fillet in the field
Side B: two facing male figures each with white fillet and closely wrapped in long himations, a scrolling floral plant between them, a crossed rectangle and a window above
Large scrolling flowering plants separating the scenes, scrolling wave patterned frieze below and on the shoulder, tongues on the neck, details in added white, repaired and foot restored
25 in. (63.5 cm.) high