TWO GREEK POTTERY OINOCHOAI
Canosan, Circa Early 3rd Century B.C.
Each ovoid in form, with wide a wide flaring foot, long waisted cylindrical neck, with a ring at the base of the neck, ribbed strap handle, and trefoil mouth, a molded facing female head at the join of the mouth to the handle, a band of laurel in pink on the body, a rosette at the center, bands above and below on one, with pink on the rim of the mouth, blue for the applied knobs at the base of the handle, and red for the hair of the female heads
183/8 in. (46.7 cm) high for the larger (2)