An Apulian red-figure trifoil oinochoe with a framed “Lady of Fashion” in profile, with long hair pulled back into a bun, knotted with a white ribbon ( saccos ), a necklace and ear ornaments. These heads can be identified as the “Belle Dame” motif, a representation of a female figure not associated with any goddess or identifiable person, but which appears in most pottery vases from Magna Graecia. Wavy motifs on the upper part.“Lady of Fashion” in profile, with long hair pulled back into a bun, knotted with a white ribbon ( saccos ), a necklace and ear ornaments. The piece includes old authenticity certificate( year 1994 ) . | Great Greece. Apulia-South Italy. 4th Century B.C
Dimensions: 11,00 cm.
Condition: Some surface chips, otherwise intact. Fine condition
Provenance: Acquired at Vanderkindere Auction House in 2020, Brussels, Belgium. Formerly Belgian Private Collector.
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The piece includes authenticity certificate. The piece includes Spanish Export License ( Passport for European Union) - If the piece is destined outside the European Union a substitution of the export permit should be requested. This process could take between 2 and 4 weeks.
- Antico Greco
- Oinochoe pugliese
- Secolo / Intervallo di tempo
- 4th Century B.C.
- Buone Condizioni, Vedere Foto