27 October 2004
AN EARLY TO MIDDLE CORINTHIAN POTTERY KOMOS ARYBALLOS,
CIRCA 600 B.C.
With frieze of four Komasts holding hands, rosette infill, concentric bands above and below, circles on rim, tongues around neck, 2 5/8 in. (6.7 cm.) high; a Late Corinthian aryballos by the Blaricum Painter, painted with a lion, rosettes in the field, circles around base and rim, rays around shoulder, 575-550 B.C., 2 5/8 in. (6.6 cm.) high; another with quatrefoil motif, tongues around rim, 600-550 B.C., 3in. (7.5 cm.) high; and another with six-petalled motif on body, circles around rim, 575-550 B.C., 3 in. (7.6 cm.) high (4)
Item one: acquired from Münzen und Medaillen, Basle, 1980.
Item two: acquired in London, 1984.
Item three: acquired from M. Willborg, Stockholm, 1978.
Item four: acquired in Stockholm, 1978; previously in collection since 1961.
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