16 June 2006
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN ITALIC BRONZE DOG
CIRCA EARLY 5TH CENTURY B.C.
Standing with its right foreleg advanced, with a long tubular body and tapering legs, its small head with rounded ears, incised oblique eyes and a flattened muzzle
3¼ in. (8.3 cm.) long
Morris Pinto, New York, 1990s.
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