THE PROPERTY OF A LOUISIANA COLLECTION
TWO APULIAN RED-FIGURED LEKANIDES
CIRCA 350-320 B.C.
The lid of one with a profile female head opposite a large palmette complex, rays on the knob handle, vertical lines on the rim, the underside of the lid with a sketch of a profile female head in black glaze; the other attributed to the Lampas Painter, the lid with a leaping hare opposite a leaping dog, each with its hind legs outstretched, the forepaws extended forward, adorsed palmettes and rays on the knob handle, vertical lines on the rim
First: 3 7/8 in. (9.8 cm.) high (2)
Anonymous sale; Bonhams, London, 12 December 1995, lot 489.
with Antiqua, Ltd., Los Angeles, 1997.