8 June 2004,
Price realised USD 31,070
USD 12,000 - USD 18,000
TWO APULIAN RED-FIGURED OINOCHOAI
ATTRIBUTED TO THE STUTTGART GROUP, CIRCA 330-310 B.C.
Both with a quadriga driving to the left, the chariot pulled by a team of four galloping white horses, one driven by a youth wearing a white petasos, his chlamys billowing behind, holding the reins in his left hand, a goad in his right, a white dog running below the horses, a band of meander with dotted crossed squares below, the other driven by a goddess, perhaps Aurora, wearing a chiton and a chlamys that loops and swirls behind, her hair bound in a white sakkos, wearing a coiled bracelet and a beaded necklace, holding the reins in her left hand, a goad in her right, with Hermes leading the team, a chlamys pinned by a circular brooch over his shoulders, his kerykeion in his right hand, a band of dotted ovolo below; both vessels with a band of dotted ovolo and rosettes on the shoulders, vertical lines on the neck, and a profile female head framed by florals below the handles, with female heads in relief on the handles at the mouth and base
17¼ in. (43.8 cm.) & 16 7/8 in. (42.8 cm.) high (2)
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I think this is the Stuttgart Group, part of the White Saccos-Kantharos Group.
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