Fine quality bowl with five deeply impressed palmettes linked by arcs. All surrounded by fine rouletting.
Bowl of rounded profile curving up sharply to a slightly incurved rim. Standing on a low rounded foot ring.
Typical product of the “atelier des petites estampilles” with its characteristic shape and the fine and lustrous black gloss. Center turned red.
For a related shape, cf. 2783h in: Jean-Paul Morel. Céramique Campanienne: Les Formes. Rome 1981.
Size: D. 15.3 cm, H. 5.8 cm
Culture: Campanian, early 3rd Century BC
Condition: Intact. Fine and lustrous black gloss with metallic bluish tint.
Provenance: Old Swiss family property, Zurich, acquired by the grandparents in 1920/30.
Thence art market Zurich, June 2019 sale.
Provenance data to the buyer.
Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Offered lots legally acquired, due diligence conducted to ensure the stated provenance. Related documents seen by Catawiki.
Worldwide shipping with registered priority mail. No export permit needed to ship from Switzerland.
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.
- Greek Campanian
- Bowl, Impressed Palmettes
- Century/ Timeframe
- Campanian, early 3rd Century BC
- Intact, fine, see description