Large Apulian beaked oinochoe (shape VI) – so called oinochoe dorata – with conical neck and slightly concave body. The oblique spout with small flange below the lip.
The base molding is cursorily made. The unfished base was detached from the wheel with a string.
The surface is ‘gilded’ with a yellow wash to imitate metal prototypes. Similar examples are known from Canosa.
For closely related examples in the Rodin museum Paris, cf. Beazley archive nos. 1007969 and 1007970.
Size: H. 27.8 cm
Culture: Apulian, Canosa, 325-300 BC
Condition: Fine condition. Handle reattached, small craze on the neck.
Provenance: Swiss private collection Lugano, in family possession since the early 1980s. Thence art market Zurich, December 2016 sale.
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Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Italia: Importazione soggetta all’IVA – sdoganamento molto lento – consegna postale lentissima.
- Apulische Canosan
- Oinochoe Dorata
- Eeuw / Periode
- Apulian, Canosa, 325-300 BC
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