Two Etruscan pottery vessels
Lot 7
Two Greek red-figure vessels 2
Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Two Greek red-figure vessels
Circa 4th Century B.C.
Including a Boeotian calyx krater, attributed to the L.C. Group, decorated with Eros and a draped female figure, the reverse with two male youths flanking an altar, 8in (20cm) high, and a small Faliscan skyphos with the head of a bearded satyr, the reverse with the profile head of a woman wearing a saccos, her face in white slip, 4in (10cm) high (2)


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

    Beazley Archive ARV 1708 no. 58bis, L.C. Group.
  1. Claudio Corsi
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