THE PROPERTY OF A CANADIAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR
CIRCA 7TH-6TH CENTURY B.C.
TWO ETRUSCAN BUCCHERO CHALICES
Circa 7th-6th Century B.C.
Including one with a deep bowl molded with thirteen facing heads along the exterior, each divided by a vertical depression, a carinated ridge at the base, thirteen stepped knobs along the rim, the foot flaring widely at the base; and a caryatid cup, the deep bowl with a band of rouletted fan motifs with three grooves below, a carinated ridge at the base, on a conical foot flaring widely at the base, with four mold-made struts, two in the form of a draped woman with her hands held to her abdomen, two with three registers of geometric pattern
6¾ in. (17.1 cm) high for the first (2)
Gallery Archeologia, Montreal, 1987