London, South Kensington
28 April 2004
A TARENTINE TERRACOTTA HEAD OF ARES
5TH-4TH CENTURY B.C.
Wearing a Corinthian helmet, 3¾ in. (9.5 cm.) high; a Canosan terracotta model of a dove, with traces of colour, 6¾ in. (17.2 cm.) long; an Etruscan 'Genucillia' footed plate, with stylized rosette in tondo surrounded by hook frieze, 5¼ in. (14 cm.) diam.; a miniature South Italian black glazed reel-shaped dish, 2 1/8 in. (5.4 cm.) diam., all circa 3rd Century B.C.; and an Italo-Corinthian black-figure alabastron, with rays around rim and neck, the body with dots, a rosette around the base, 6th Century B.C., 3¼ in. (8.2 cm.) high (5)
European private collection, formed between 1973-1982 (lots 236-265 and 352).
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