16 June 2006
A RHODIAN POTTERY FOOTED BOWL
CIRCA 6TH CENTURY B.C.
The interior of the shallow bowl painted in black and red on a cream slip, ornamented with a band of dotted triangles linked with blossoms, a band of chevrons above, concentric bands around the tondo, black concentric bands on the exterior
8 13/16 (22.4 cm.) diameter; 4 5/8 in. (11.7 cm.) high
European Private Collection, 1982.
Acquired by the current owner in 1988.
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For a related example see no. 95 in Schefold, Meisterwerke griechischer Kunst.
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