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Lot 41

A group of pottery vessels, Circa 9th -3rd Century B.C. Including a Cypriot Iron Age vessel, set...

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Lot 41

A group of pottery vessels, Circa 9th -3rd Century B.C.
Including a Cypriot Iron Age vessel, set...

Price Realised: £1,105

Estimate: £1,000 - £1,500

Price realised is hammer price plus fees (30% Buyers Premium inclusive of VAT).

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Lot 41


A group of pottery vessels, Circa 9th -3rd Century B.C.

Including a Cypriot Iron Age vessel, set on a raised circular base, the spherical body with decoration fired brick red, consisting of encircling bands and a central cross-hatched motif, possibly representing a bird in flight, the cylindrical neck with raised central ridge, circa 25.5cm high; a large grey burnished Etruscan pottery bowl with out-turned rim, carinated lower body, edged with a notched ridge above, 13.3cm high, 20.4 cm diam; a Greek black-glazed kantharos with high-arched handles, set on a flared base, Boeotia, 12cm high; an Apulian black-glazed skyphos, 9cm high and a Hellenistic pottery handled vessel, the ovoid body with striated tooled decoration, 11.5cm high (5)

Provenance: Cypriot iron age vessel - UK Art Trade, acquired in November 2017.Previously part of a private collection Germany, acquired pre 1990; Etruscan bowl -UK auction, acquired in September 2017; previously in the Gross collection, acquired from UK auction early 1990s, private collection UK from mid 20th century; Kantharos - UK auction, acquired in February 2018, previously in Rantzau collection, Keramion 2013, Edouard Will (1920-1997) collection. Accompanied by French CBC dated 02/01/2012, Keramion COA and QED Laboratoire TL test.








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