Three Corinthian pottery vessels 3
Lot 4
Three Corinthian pottery vessels 3
Sold for £1,375 (US$ 2,300) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Three Corinthian pottery vessels
Circa 600 B.C.
Including two spherical aryballoi, the larger attributed to the Painter of the Munich Siren, misfired, decorated with two swans, 5½in (14cm) high, the other with linked palmettes, 4¼in (11cm) high; and a skyphos with the upper body and interior glazed, 6¾in (17.1cm) width including handles (3)


  • Provenance:
    English private collection of an academic, acquired between 1950-1975.

    The larger aryballos was loaned to 'The Greek Museum', University of Newcastle upon Tyne (Inv. no. 30) and is accompanied by collection notes.

Saleroom notices

  • Please note that the larger aryballos has been attributed to the Winged Lion Painter, and not the Painter of the Munich Siren as stated in the catalogue.
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