An Apulian red-figure lekanis, the lid decorated with two heads of a lady of fashion, enlivened in white, and two palmettes.
103 x 100 mm
The body and lid possibly not belonging, some minor chips and possible restoration, but a nice example.
Provenance information: Purchased by the current owner on 2020 in UK, Southampton. From: A.R. Previous ownership history: Ex English deceased estate, and reputedly acquired from Coincraft, Great Russell Street, London, sometime between 1977 and the early 2000s.
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- Ancient Greek
- An Apulian red-figure lekanis
- Century/ Timeframe
- Greek South Italian colonies, 4th Century B.C.
- Good Condition, See Photo