A CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURED HYDRIA
ATTRIBUTED TO THE CASSANDRA-PARRISH WORKSHOP, CIRCA 350 B.C.
With a female figure seated on a dotted rock, a mantle draped around her hips and legs leaving her torso bare, wearing a necklace, earrings, a sakkos, and a diadem, holding a tympanum in her outstretched right hand, a thyrsos leaning against her left shoulder; ovolo above, a large palmette below the vertical handle, tendrils on either side of the horizontal handles, details in added white
7 3/8 in. (18.7 cm.) high