11 June 2003
This lot is offered without a reserve
TWO APULIAN POTTERY VESSELS
Circa 4th Century B.C.
Including a Sessile skyphos, circa mid 4th century B.C., each side with a panel consisting of a band of checker-pattern above a band of laurel-and-berry, palmettes below the handles, details in added white; and a red-figured pelike, circa late 4th century B.C., each side with a female head in profile to the left, wearing earrings, a beaded necklace, and an elaborate sakkos, with palmettes below the handles
7 1/8 in. (18.1 cm) high for the pelike (2)
Carl Davidson, Ohio
Main Auction Galleries, Cincinnati, Ohio, 9 December 2002, lots 128 & 129
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