THE PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION
THREE PROTOCORINTHIAN POTTERY VESSELS
Circa 720-650 B.C.
Including a Middle Protocorinthian (MPC) aryballos, with a frieze on the body of four hounds running to the right, framed above and below by narrow bands, with three broad bands below, two hounds on the shoulders, dots on the rim and on the mouth; an Early Protocorinthian (EPC) kotyle, with rays above the foot, narrow bands on the body and vertical lines framing a dotted triple-lozenge chain in the handle zone; and an EPC squat trefoil oinochoe, with narrow bands on the body, descending rays on the shoulders and sets of two vertical lines within a thin band on the neck, the lip black, vertical and horizontal lines on the handle
3¾ in. (9.5 cm) high for the largest (3)