Ancient Greek, Hellenistic Terracotta Guttus with lion face + handwritten COA - (1)

Description
Ancient Greek, Hellenistic Terracotta Guttus with lion face + handwritten COA - (1)
4 ème siecle BC - Greater Greece , Apulia

Superb guttus with a full-face lion pulling its tongue, vertical streaks decoration on the edge of the container and cross streak decoration below the spout.
Provided with a copy of an old certificate from 2004, signed "De Munter" and bearing the stamp of the clerk of the Brussels court dated 26 June 2009.

Dating from: 4th century BC.
Ancient Greece, Hellenistic.
Size: Height: 93mm
: Container's diameter: 95mm
Total weight: 173 g.
Origin: Magna Graecia, Apulia.
Condition: In very good condition, 1 little chip under the spout and handle.
Shipping: Carefully packed and insured postal shipment.

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Information regarding the origin:
Purchased by the current owner in 2020 in Belgium.
Auction house T.A, lot 55.
Former private Belgian collection.
The seller can prove that the lot was obtained legally, declaration of provenance seen by Catawiki.

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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Greek, Hellenistic
Material
Terracotta
Number of objects
1
Object
Guttus with lion face + handwritten COA
Century/ Timeframe
4 ème siecle BC
Origin
Greater Greece , Apulia
Condition
Very good state
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