Provenance: Ex. collection: Count Ferdinand de Grasset (1913-2010), Chateau des Bretignolles, France. Acquired in the 19th Century and thence by family descent.
Either side of the spout is decorated with a roundel molded as a Classical head. The body is painted with red and white foliate decoration.
Traces of two 19th Century ink numbers under the base.
125 x 76 mm
Provenance information: Purchased by the current owner on 2020 in Wiltshire, UK. From: H.G.
Previous ownership history: Ex. collection: D. Broadbent, Manchester, UK. This is part of an extensive collection of antiquities acquired from Folio Fine Arts and Charles Ede Ltd. between 1968 – 2007.
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- Ancient Greek
- black glazed epichysis with a spool shaped body and tall handle
- Century/ Timeframe
- Greek, Gnathian colonies in South Italy, 4th Century BC
- Good Condition, See Photo