Greek Attic Ceramic Kylix, Inset Lip Class

Greek Attic Ceramic Kylix, Inset Lip Class
Greek, Athens, 480-470 BC

Black-glazed kylix of shallow curved bowl with a broad inset lip, slightly concave on the outside. The cup is standing on a characteristic thick spreading ring foot.
Dense black glaze, concentric circles and thin red wash on the reserved bottom.
For the discussion of the type as a whole cf. pp. 101-102 in: B. Sparkes, L. Talcott. The Athenian Agora. Vol. 12. Princeton 1970.

Size: D. 16.6 cm, W. over handles 22.8 cm
Material: Ceramic
Culture: Greek, Athens, 480-470 BC
Condition: One handle reattached, otherwise intact and fine. Brilliant black glaze, one handle area partially peeled off.

Provenance: F. Maino collection, Medrisio (Switzerland), by descent. In family possession before 1968.
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Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Import taxes for buyers in the countries of the European Union – reduced customs duties of 5% in the United Kingdom – no fees in the United States and in Switzerland.
Italia: Importazione soggetta all’IVA – sdoganamento molto lento – consegna postale lentissima.

Lot details
Greek Attic
Kylix, Inset Lip Class
Century/ Timeframe
Greek, Athens, 480-470 BC
Minor repair, see description
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