Ancient Greek Terracotta Skyphos - 85×105×150 mm - (1)

Description
Ancient Greek Terracotta Skyphos - 85×105×150 mm - (1)
5/4 Jh.v.Chr.

Antique Greece, Athens, Attica, approx. 5th to early 4th century B C
century B C. A fine wheel ceramic skyphos (cup for drinking wine ) with an inverted bell-shaped body, a deep basin, a thin, slightly outward curved edge and a pair of handles that form a concave line to the body, all on a penetrated base. The exterior and the interior of the vessel are covered with a rich black glaze except for the areas below the foot,

Condition: Composed of six fragments, two small fragments added.


Provenance: 1993 from the German art trade, before that German private collection of the 30/50s. Proof of origin at Catawiki.
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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Greek
Material
Terracotta
Number of objects
1
Object
Skyphos
Dimensions
85×105×150 mm
Century/ Timeframe
5/4 Jh.v.Chr.
Condition
Repaired
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