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N. 76981611

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Attico Smalto nero Tazza Con Manico
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Attico Smalto nero Tazza Con Manico

Ca. 400-300 BC Crafted from pottery, this black-glazed cup with a handle presents a captivating aesthetic that distinguishes it from other vessels of its kind. The majority of its surface is adorned with a rich black glaze, which creates a striking visual impact. Remarkably, the base of the cup remains unglazed, allowing the natural color of the clay to contrast boldly with the dark glaze. The cup possesses a squat body, a flat base, an everted rim, and a loop handle that gracefully connects the shoulder to the lip. Notably, the interior of the cup is also coated with the same glaze, creating a harmonious and cohesive visual experience. Within the realm of ancient Greek ceramic production, the implementation of a black glaze held profound significance. The application of this glaze served both functional and aesthetic purposes. Functionally, the black glaze acted as a protective layer, safeguarding the pottery from moisture absorption and enhancing its durability. This coating ensured that the cup maintained its structural integrity and could withstand the rigors of everyday use. Additionally, from an aesthetic perspective, the black glaze contributed to the cup's allure, endowing it with a sleek and polished appearance that captured the observer's attention. The lustrous quality of the glaze, combined with the contrasting unglazed base, created a visually captivating composition that invited contemplation and admiration. Size: L:80mm / W:110mm ; 190g Provenance: Property of a London Ancient Art gallery, formerly English private collection, according to the heirs possibly purchased in some auction or Art Gallery during 1970s-1980s. Disclaimer: All items will be shipped from Belgium. The seller guarantees and can prove that the object was obtained legally. The seller was informed by Catawiki that they had to provide the documentation required by the laws and regulations in their country of residence. The seller guarantees and is entitled to sell/export this object. The seller will provide all provenance information known about the object to the buyer. The seller ensures that any necessary permits are/will be arranged. The seller will inform the buyer immediately about any delays in obtaining such permits. The seller will not ship outside the EU.

N. 76981611

Venduti
Attico Smalto nero Tazza Con Manico

Attico Smalto nero Tazza Con Manico

Ca. 400-300 BC

Crafted from pottery, this black-glazed cup with a handle presents a captivating aesthetic that distinguishes it from other vessels of its kind. The majority of its surface is adorned with a rich black glaze, which creates a striking visual impact. Remarkably, the base of the cup remains unglazed, allowing the natural color of the clay to contrast boldly with the dark glaze. The cup possesses a squat body, a flat base, an everted rim, and a loop handle that gracefully connects the shoulder to the lip. Notably, the interior of the cup is also coated with the same glaze, creating a harmonious and cohesive visual experience. Within the realm of ancient Greek ceramic production, the implementation of a black glaze held profound significance. The application of this glaze served both functional and aesthetic purposes. Functionally, the black glaze acted as a protective layer, safeguarding the pottery from moisture absorption and enhancing its durability. This coating ensured that the cup maintained its structural integrity and could withstand the rigors of everyday use. Additionally, from an aesthetic perspective, the black glaze contributed to the cup's allure, endowing it with a sleek and polished appearance that captured the observer's attention. The lustrous quality of the glaze, combined with the contrasting unglazed base, created a visually captivating composition that invited contemplation and admiration.

Size: L:80mm / W:110mm ; 190g

Provenance: Property of a London Ancient Art gallery, formerly English private collection, according to the heirs possibly purchased in some auction or Art Gallery during 1970s-1980s.


Disclaimer:
All items will be shipped from Belgium.
The seller guarantees and can prove that the object was obtained legally.
The seller was informed by Catawiki that they had to provide the documentation required by the laws and regulations in their country of residence.
The seller guarantees and is entitled to sell/export this object.
The seller will provide all provenance information known about the object to the buyer.
The seller ensures that any necessary permits are/will be arranged.
The seller will inform the buyer immediately about any delays in obtaining such permits.
The seller will not ship outside the EU.

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