A Corinthian pottery alabastron
Lot 199
A Corinthian pottery alabastron
Sold for £1,750 (US$ 2,939) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A Corinthian pottery alabastron
Circa early 6th Century B.C.
Decorated in crimson and brown with added incised details, showing confronting cockerels, a double-palmette motif in the centre, rosettes in the field, another palmette below the small pierced handle, with rays over the neck and disc rim, 4in (10cm) high


  • Provenance:
    English private collection, acquired in the 1950s.
  1. Madeleine Perridge
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