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Ca. 700-600 BC

An Etruscan bucchero oinochoe of magnificent construction. The vessel has an ovoid body and a trefoil mouth, with two plastic rotelles on the rim. The vessel sits on a short flared foot, with a sweeping, flat handle framed attached to the rim and shoulder. The body is adorned with a register of incised linear lines. For a similar example, see The British Museum 1840,0212.36.


Provenance: London ancient art gallery, 2000s, formerly acquired from an ex. New York gallery.


SKU: JUN23472
  • Dimensions

    L: 223mm / W: 142mm ; 485g





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