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Greek Gnathian Prochous dated to the late 4th century B C. The 19.5 cm high elegant Gnathian Prochous has black glaze. scratch' and abstract decoration ... moreof lines, dots, cheverons and stylised grapes/leaves in original white. Maroon and yellow pigments. Either side of the spout are lion heads. Small area of glaze missing on the top handle as well as some of the design. good quality& intact from my own collection acquired 1960s Sold genuine as described and comes complete with a certificate of authenticity. Check out my! by adding my eBay Shop to your favourites.
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Ancient Classical Greek Terracotta Apulian Guttos 350 B.C.
A genuine. Ancient Apulian terracotta Guttos, dating to approximately the 4th Century B.C. A black glazed pottery vessel with bulbous. Rounded body, circular, ridged foot, bail handle and vertical, round spout with flat, ridged mouth. The piece is decorated centrally with a stamped center of a plump male, shown seated left, likely a depiction of Silenus or a comic Actor. The Guttus was an ancient Greek vessel used for pouring oil for use in bathing. Cosmetics and as dedication in the form of libation. The Guttus takes its name from the Latin word Gutta(a drop) on account of the small quantity of oil that was liberated from the vessel when pouring. A very nice piece with an interesting classical depiction. Height: Approximately 2 3/4 inches. Diameter: Approximately 3 1/2 inches. Condition: Excellent. Unrestored and intact. Provenance: Ex. ... moreBritish Private collection. South coast of England. Acquired 1970's. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. However. If you plan to purchase items over the course of a day or more you must delay payment and let us know after you have purchased the first item. Otherwise all items are sent following cleared payment. Terms and conditions No Sales Tax/VAT will be charged
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Vase 330 B.C
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Vase 330 B.C. With Hellenistic Actors Mask, The Pelike, a vessel used for storing wine, is of typical form, with ring base, sagging belly, short neck, bilateral strap handles and everted lip. The piece is decorated in so-called red-figure technique, which proceeded the black-figure style and was popular from the 6th-4th Centuries B.C. The Pelike was eventually professionally cleaned by a team of museum students. Size: 27 cm x 15 cm Intact/choice. Save minor surface wear and mineral deposits. Visit our eBay store to see more great items from the Adam antiquities 1 Guaranteed Authenticity We offer a diverse and changing range of high-quality Greek. Roman, Egyptian, Islamic and Near Eastern works of art. Our acquisition policy adheres to strict ethical, archaeological and aesthetic criteria. Our antiquities are ... moreof legal provenance; they belonged to established collections or have been purchased in the art market. All items have been fully researched and are sold with an unconditional Guarantee of Authenticity. We also guarantee absolute discretion and confidentiality. Every item purchased comes with our lifetime unconditional guarantee of authenticity. IF REQUESTING A CERTIFICATE PLEASE DO SO AT THE TIME OF PAYMENT. Provide collectors of antiquities with quality pieces at reasonable prices. Combined shipping accepted for multiple lots We Buy and sell Egyptian.Greek, Roman, Islam ic. Paypal.Cashier's checks and international M.O.s we will provide a full refund of the purchase price to any displeased buyer within 30 days. Assuming the item is in the same condition as it was when we shipped it ANY ITEM PROVED TO BE NON-AUTHENTIC WILL BE INSTANTLY REFUNDED
Ancient Greek Apulian Black Glazed Skyphos
Ancient Greek Apulian black glazed skyphos. A skyphos is a two handled deep wine cup on a low flanged base. Both handles are broken off and lost due to their age but other wise is good condition The intricate painted body is still clearly visable. Measures 3 1/2 inches accross the cup without handles and is 2 3/4 inches high All sales are final and non refundablr so please ask any questions before bidding Posted with
GENUINE ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN POTTERY LEKYTHOS, 400 - 350 BC
A squat black painted ancient Apulian Greek lekythos(oil juglet) Ca. 400- 350 BC. The lekythos, recomposed from many fragments with infill to tiny missing areas, has about 50- 60% of the original black paint, a very nice piece in spite of the damage. 7-1/4" 18.4cm) tall, 3-1/4" 8.3cm) max. diameter, not sold mounted, furnished with the freestanding descriptive placard shown in the photos. Apulia is a region of Southern Italy. Its' most southern portion, known as Salento peninsula, forms a high heel on the"boot" of Italy. A very nice piece of ancient Greek pottery, displays very well, nice glossy black color where the finish remains. I will furnish a color photocopy, laminated in clear plastic, of an identical lekythos located in the collection of a major university, for complete, permanent, dating and culture documentation. ... moreAlso comes with my lifetime Certificate of Authenticity and Guarantee, bid with confidence, you will not be disappointed. jy.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d72f%2Bkw4sjm5%3Ejy-13eac3112b9-0xfa-
Ancient Greek Apulian Daunian Pottery Kyathos Vessel - 350 BC
An ancient native Italic Daunian polychrome painted Anthropomorphic Kyathos. Dating to approximately 350 B.C. A highly decorated and imaginative ceramic. The handle of which has been stylized into an Anthropomorphic plank figure, with two eyes, a nose, headdress and a long cape. The vase is wide and heavy, with short neck and flaring lip. Concentric bands decorate the piece circumferentially, with cross hatch and other geometric decoration adorning the vessel. Daunia is a region of Puglia in Southern Italy. In ancient times this region developed a distinctive ceramic art. Influenced by the neighbouring Greek colonies but unique in style. This is a particularly fine and well preserved example of Daunian pottery and displays the imagination of the Daunian coroplastic artists, who delighted in incorporating abstract figures into their vases. ... moreMaximum Height: 9 inches. Condition: Intact and unrestored. An original firing crack to the base of the idol figure. A phenomenon that is common with ceramics of this type. A small surface chip at the upper lip, does not detract from the piece. Provenance: Ex British private collection. Ex London Art market. Please note; this is a genuine and highly collectible ancient Greek Kyathos offered with no reserve to promote our ebay store. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link.
Ancient Greek Apulian Black Glazed Pottery Fruit Form Mug - 450 BC
A beautiful ancient Greek black glazed pottery mug. Dating to around 450 B.C. Of most unusual form. The vessel body with bulbous protrusions, perhaps intending to resemble a prickly pear, Opuntia. A very rare form of Greek vessel. The piece with bifurcated handle. Flared lip, standing on a ring base. Condition: Very good. Minor restoration to handle and lip area. Height: 3 1/8 inches. Provenance: Ex British private collection 1990's. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit ... morefrom shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. However. If you plan to purchase items over the course of a day or more you must delay payment and let us know after you have purchased the first item. Otherwise all items are sent following cleared payment. Terms and conditions No Sales Tax/VAT will be charged by ourselves. We are not responsible for customs delays/duties. As legitimate sellers. We abide by United Kingdom and European Union Export regulations. We do not mis-describe items on the customs form. Please note that in most countries, antiques and collectibles are eligible for minimal/zero charges on importation. ArtAncient Limited is registered in England no. 06376708 Vat registration no: GB 948 9832 53. Services& Partners: Powered by
Rare Ancient Etruscan or Greek Hellenistic Apulian Silver Figure
Rare Ancient Etruscan or Greek Hellenistic Apulian Silver Figure Ca 5-4rd CENTURY BC. THIS ANCIENT FIGURE IS IN A VERY GOOD CONDITION FOR ANTIQUES! Silver not cleaned. A thick layer of deposits. Cleaning/ restoration. The figure was checked/ tested. It is of silver. FOR MORE DETAILS LOOK AT THE PICTURES. Height: ca. 18 cm Weight: ca. 153 gr. SILVER More detailed photos on request. Provenance: Old Private Collection Germany. The figure is in the family for at least 120 years. Buy it now” on ebay possible. Please inquire PAYMENT OPTIONS I can accept the following methods of payment; UK buyers and European- ONLY Bank Transfer(IBAN/BIC) All non UK and EU buyers- Paypal See another objects!
Ancient Greek Apulian Xenon Ware Pottery Sessile Kantharos Vase - 350 BC
An attractive ancient Greek South Italian Xenon ware sessile Kantharos. Dating to approximately 350- 300 B.C. The Kantharos with elliptical handles. Squat foot, wide body and slightly flaring mouth, decorated circumferentially with an olive leaf trail. Xenon is a native Italic art. Named after a vase now in Frankfurt, which bears the inscription"XENON" These native potters seem to have been influenced by mainland Greek ceramic artists of the 5th Century B.C. They developed their own distinctive brand of painting brick-red pigments over the top of the glaze, as opposed to most other contemporary wares, which were decorated in reserve. A lovely. Charming example of the Ancient Greek potters' art. Height: 3 1/8 inches. Condition: Excellent. Unrestored. Provenance: Ex. British private collection. South of England, acquired 1970's. ... moreAuthenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. However. If you plan to purchase items over the course of a day or more you must delay payment and let us know after you have purchased the first item. Otherwise all items are sent following cleared payment. Terms and conditions No Sales Tax/VAT will be charged by ourselves. We are not responsible for customs delays/duties. As
An Ancient Large Attractive Greek Apulian Lady of Fashion Plate 400-350 BC
A very attractive Apulian red-figure painted profile head of a Lady of Fashion with her hair dressed in a patterned kekryphalos. Wearing a radiate stephane. Wearing a single strand pearl necklace and pearl earrings. The decoration is bordered by bands of wave-pattern and laurel, the rim with strokes. All enlivened with white slip. White painted wreath around the outer border. provenance ex auction house Den Haag cattalog numm 1013 sise: diam 9.37 inch(23.8cm} Item is guaranteed to be authentic we give lifetime guarantee the authenticity comes with all accompanying documents for questions please contact
Ancient Greek Apulian Daunian Pottery Olla Vessel - 550 BC
A genuine. Large and very rare ancient Graeco-Italic terracotta Olla, dating to approximately 550 B.C. This vessel shape is known as an Olla. Likely used either for cooking and storage or for funerary purposes. Of globular form. With flattened circular base, biconical body, flared mouth and with two hand protomes between a pair of looped handles. The body and mouth of the pot with linear bands and geometric decoration in redish-brown paint. This rare form of vessel dates to the Daunian IIB Subgeometric period(approx 550-500 B.C. When umber pigment began to be used in place of simple black. The Daunians were probably a native Italic people, who were influenced by neighboring ancient Greek ceramic styles. Their pottery art is thus a fusion between Classical Greek traditions and native taste. Height: Approximately 10 1/4 inches. Diameter: Approximately ... more13 1/4 inches. Condition: Excellent. Restored from large fragments. Minimal overpainting. Provenance: Ex. stock of London dealer. Acquired 1970's. Please note: This is a genuine ancient Greek vessel. This piece is offered for sale without reserve to promote our superb inventory of antiquities and ancient coins. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. Howeve
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Pottery Bell Krater - 375 BC
A beautifully painted. Well provenanced ancient Magna-Graecian Red-Figure Bell Krater, produced in Apulia and dating to the early 4th century B.C. The piece is of typical form for Bell Kraters of this period. With a disc foot, short stem, bulbous body and flaring lip. Adorning the piece bilaterally are two looped handles. On the obverse is a Dionysiac scene. A nude young satyr is depicted standing with his torso turned towards the female figure. Holding a kalathos(a vase often regarded as a fertility symbol) in his left hand and a phiale(offering plate) in his outstretched right. The satyr also wears a necklace and diadem in his hair. Opposite the satyr stands a young maenad(female follower of Dionysus) shown wearing diaphanous himation(gown) along with bracelets. Earrings, necklace and a saccos(hair net) She holds a wreath and a thyrsus. ... moreThe thyrsus. Associated with Dionysus and his followers was a symbol of prosperity, fertility, hedonism, and general pleasurable enjoyment. In Greek religion, this staff was carried by the votaries of Dionysos such as the maenad depicted, Euripides wrote that honey dripped from the tip of the stave. The scene depicted on the reverse shows two himation clad youths each holding a staff. Two opposing jumping weights are depicted above. Perhaps indicating that they are athletes. On the rim is a wreath of ribbed laurel leaves. Whilst below the figurework on both sides is a band of meanders punctuated by chequer squares. The ancient Greeks did not approve of drinking wine neat. Indeed this was considered a barbarian practice. Instead, they used bell kraters such as this to mix their wine with water for consumption at symposia(social gatherings) Height: 11 inches. Width at the mouth: 12 inches. Condition: Very good. A couple of fragments reattached at the lip, otherwise unrestored. Provenance: Ex. Spanish art market. Previously in the collection of Mr. Ricardo Batista Noguera, a historian and ancient art expert. Unusually for collectors of his period Mr Noguera photographed
Ancient Greek Apulian guttus with winged female
GREEK WORLD APULIAN GUTTUS WITH WINGED FEMALE ENLARGE& ZOOM An Apulian black-glazed ceramic guttus with pedestal base. The loop handle and rimmed spout on the upper surface; the discus moulded in relief depicting a winged female amid spiral tendrils; radiating bands to the shoulder. For similar and discussion cf. Hayes. Greek and Italian Black-Gloss Wares and Related Wares in The Royal Ontario Museum, 85-89. Provenance From the estate of a North Country collector. Acquired over a 30 year period from the early 1970s. This item is accompanied with an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity. OBJECT INFORMATION £ 365.00 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS 8.6cm(H) x 10.5cm(D) 3"H) x 4"D) 4th century B.C. SUGGESTED ITEMS APULIAN LION GUTTUS £295 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS FEMALE HEAD GUTTUS £600 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS DRAPED BUST APPLIQUE ... more£ 195 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS | About Us | Contact | Antiquities.co.uk
ANCIENT GREEK TERRACOTTA EPICYSIS VASE JUG URN APULIAN 300 BC FEMALE FIGURINE
UP FOR AUCTION IS WHAT LOOKS A VERY INTERESTING GREEK ITEM WHICH CAME TO ME IN A MIXED HOUSE CLEARENCE BOX. AT FIRST I THOUGHT IT WAS A TOURIST PIECE BUT THEN FOUND A LABEL IN BOX WHICH LOOKS TO REFER TO IT. STANDS 16 CMS HIGH(6 1/2 INCHES) MADE OF TERRACOTTA AND DEPICS A RECLINING LADY FIGURINE. SOME PAINT LOSS AS PHOTOS AND A FIRING CRACK AT HANDLE/ BODY JUNCTION. I HAVE EXAMINED CLOSELY AND THERE ARE NO REPAIRS. I AM SURE EXCELLENT ITEM FOR ADDING TO COLLECTION AND OFFERED FOR SALE WITH LOW START AND NO RESERVE AUCTION SO GOOD LUCK BIDDING. FULL REFUND IF NOT DELIGHTED WHEN TO HAND PLEASE E MAIL ANY QUESTIONS. OVERSEAS BIDDERS MUST HAVE PAYPAL ACCOUNT. WILL BE WELL PACKED FOR POSTING. PLEASE VIEW MY FEEDBACK BEFORE BIDDING.
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Pottery Lekythos Ritual Drinking Scene - 350 BC
An ancient Greek red figure lekythos(oil flask) vessel with beautiful painted decoration of a festival scene. Dating to around 350– 300 BC. Of delicate appearance. The piriform body sits upon a ringed base, with a strap handle and tall neck flaring gracefully into a trumpet mouth. The painted decoration depicts a youth shown nude, wearing only a ring of charms from his shoulder, kneeling and raising a ritual wine cup( skyphos) Swirling tendrils border the scene. The shape. Style and subject of this beautiful vessel reflect strong Attic influence. Attic wares with scenes of children have long been thought to have been connected with the Anthesteria celebration, an Athenian festival held in late February in honour of Dionysus. The Anthesteria was an important festival to celebrate the maturing of the wine, which was opened on the first day ... moreand then consumed during various rituals. Amongst these was a drinking contest organised for the young boys, adorned with charms(as shown on this vessel) who drank from small jugs specially presented to them for the occasion. Though we are presented with a scene redolent with the vibrancy of ancient Greek life. It is poignant that lekythos vessels such as this piece were used to anoint the dead prior to burial and are often found in funerary contexts. As such. This vessel and the scene it depicts have a somewhat haunting presence, reflecting both the joys and fleeting nature of life itself. Height: 4 inches. Condition: Very good. Unrestored. Provenance: Ex. German art market. With Mr. K. Jorg. Previously in a German private collection and acquired around 1975. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipp
ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN RED FIGURE LEKANIS - SOUTH ITALY - 400 BC
ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN LEKYTHOS A black glazed ceramic red figure lekythos. Decorated with original geometric shapes. Perfect condition- 4th century BC height 83 mm(3.5 inches) diameter 50 mm(32 inches) See my! See my! 0fe.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk%601d70f%2B%3E0fe-144fdaba773-0x103-
Ancient Greek Apulian red-figure oinochoe
GREEKWORLD Greek Apulian red-figure oinochoe An Apulian red-figure oinochoe with high arching ridged strap handle and trefoil lip. Set on a stepped foot. The body decorated with the head of a lady of fashion with elaborate headdress and necklace. Red and white ochre decoration; palmette and scroll decoration between. Attractive gloss and pigments remaining. Ancient Greek colonies of southern Italy: 4th Century BC. This item is accompanied with an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity. OBJECT INFORMATION £ 950.00 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS 28.5cm(H) 11"H) 4th Century BC. SUGGESTED ITEMS Ancient Scythian Gold Gorytos Plaque £895 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS Ancient Greek Magna Graecian Ceramic Epichysis with Reclining"Lady of Fashion" £995 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS Ancient Greek Superb Corinthian Ceramic Pyxis £1150 ... more| SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS | About Us | Contact | Antiquities.co.uk
Ancient Greek Apulian miniature painted lekythos
GREEKWORLD Greek Apulian miniature painted lekythos A ceramic high gloss blackware lekythos of Apulian workmanship. With a tall neck decorated with vertical blocks; to the body a redware head of a lady of fashion wearing a stephanos, between scroll motifs. From the estate of a deceased North Country collector acquired over a thirty year period from the early 1970's; ex Millenia antiquities. This item is accompanied with an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity. OBJECT INFORMATION £ 275.00 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS 9.1cm(H) 4"H) SUGGESTED ITEMS Ancient Greek Terracotta equestrian group figurine £275 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS Ancient Fine Greek bronze ring with goat £275 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS Ancient Greek ring with lady musician £275 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS | About Us | Contact | Antiquities.co.uk 3c0.RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId ... morep4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Feog4d71f%2B%3E3c0-1456f119974-0x113-
Apulian Salt-Cellar , Ancient Greek Antiquities Ceramic
Click HERE for our other AUCTIONS Apulian Salt-Cellar. Ancient Greek Antiquities Click on the thumbnails to view enlargements Here you find an extremely fine ancient Apulian salt cellar from ca. 350 B.C. The metallic surface of this vessel makes for an extraordinary example of fine Greek black-glazed pottery. This small gem likely served as a votive and perhaps also for daily use. This antiquity is intact and wonderfully preserved with a nice ribbed pattern around the body. Has a small floral/palm stamped on the inner bowl and an attic style ring pattern painted on the base. Root markings on the surface. Diameter: 2.8 inches Custom listed using TROCADERO's automated HTML and Picture Hosting tools.
Ancient Greek Kothon; Apulian Antiquities, Boccale
Click HERE for our other AUCTIONS Ancient Greek Kothon; Apulian Antiquities. Boccale Click on the thumbnails to view enlargements Ancient Apulian small red-figured kothon with a double handle in the form of a Herculean Knot. Ovoid body and a thin overhanging lip with tongue pattern in black on top and bottom of lip. Just below we find an egg and dot pattern. The body is decorated with the Lady of Fashion wearing a radiate stephane. Ribbon sakkos, necklace and earrings. Beautiful flowers and vines are found to the right and left of the figure. Rear portion around the handle region is decorated with palmettes and spirals. At the bottom of the kothon with find the hook motif and at the base two black circles. This piece dates to the late 4th century B.C. and is 3.5 inches high. Guarantee: Should you question the authenticity of this item we ... morewill give you a full refund. Every piece sold by Galleria Delvecchio Ancient Art is guaranteed for life. Ceramica apula campana lucana. Ceramica pestana, con decorazione a reticolo. Klassische Archäologie-Aegyptologie-Aegyptische. Griechische, etruskische und römische Kunst(Antiken, Vasen, Kleinkunst, Skulpturen, Architektur) Lecythe à figure noire. Oenochoe à figure rouge, Cratère à figure rouge, Guttus à figure rouge, Aryballe, Cothon, Cratère à calice à figure rouge, amphore, Masque de sarcophagi, terres cuites d'époque hellénistique, epíquisis. Custom listed using TROCADERO's automated HTML and Picture Hosting tools.
Minerva Gallery - Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Lekythos
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Lekythos Click on these links to view larger photos: 1- 2- 3- 4- 5- 6 An ancient Greek red figure lekythos. Ca. 350-300 B.C. Beautifully painted decoration of a festival scene. Delicate appearance, the piriform body sits upon a ringed base, with a strap handle and tall neck flaring gracefully into a trumpet mouth. The painted decoration depicts a youth shown nude, wearing only a ring of charms from his shoulder, kneeling and raising a ritual wine cup(skyphos) swirling tendrils border the scene. The shape. Style and subject of this beautiful vessel reflect strong Attic influence. Attic wares with scenes of children have long been thought to have been connected with the Anthesteria celebration, an Athenian festival held in late February in honor of Dionysus. The Anthesteria was an important festival to celebrate ... morethe maturing of the wine, which was opened on the first day and then consumed during various rituals. Amongst these was a drinking contest organized for the young boys, adorned with charms(as shown on this vessel) who drank from small jugs specially presented to them for the occasion. Measurement: 4" in height.
ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN RED-FIGURE POTTERY PLATE, LADY OF FASHION, 4TH C. BC
Ancient Greek Apulian Red-Figure plate decorated with an elegant female head facing left and adorned with a radiate stephane. Sakkos, earrings and necklace. With her little right hand she holds up a small palm branch in front of her. Very fine style of painting! Right in the middle of the plate, just above the earring, is an impressed rosette. Diameter across the rim: approx. 18 cms. Height: approx 3.8 cms. Repaired from several large and some smaller fragments. Only a few small areas with infill. Please study the scans. Provenance: ex Dutch private collection. Please feel free to email me with any questions prior to buying. I unconditionally guarantee authenticity and condition as described. A COA is available on request. Shipping is solely with registered mail. Track& trace. Shipping costs within Europe vary depending on the zone: € ... more14.30- € 21,50. Shipping outside Europe: US$ 35.00. Please make sure your payment is made within seven(7) days after close of auction. Payment with PayPal only. For Euro-zone buyers payment with IBAN and BIC is optional. I do not accept cash payments by mail. Please keep in mind that shipping of items is at buyers risk only. Every item I sell will be packed with greatest care but I can and will not take any responsibility if damages occur during shipment. Buyer is responsible for any customs charges that may apply. REFUNDS: purchase price to be refunded solely on items misrepresented and/or important details/defects omitted. Buyer to pay all return shipping and insurance costs. No returns accepted based upon"buyers remorse" CONDITION OF RETURNABLE ITEMS: As received. TIMING OF RETURNS: Item must be shipped within fourteen(14) days of receipt. ALERT SELLER BEFORE RETURNING: Within 3 days of receipt of item. Thanks for looking! RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fuk.rp*a4%601gc%3E-146d38375fe-0x10d-
Ancient Greek Apulian Ceramic Blackware Painted Skyphos
GREEK WORLD APULIAN BLACKWARE PAINTED SKYPHOS ENLARGE& ZOOM An Apulian blackware skyphos; on one face a dancing maiden in flowing robe with delicate use of white slip for effect. Objects in the field; on the other face, Hermaphroditus, winged and advancing. Objects in the field; palmette designs between, two square loop handles to the rim. Repaired. From the estate of a late North Country collector. Acquired over a 30 year period from the early 1970s. This item is accompanied with an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity. OBJECT INFORMATION £ 795.00 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS 10cm(H) x 17.7cm(W) 4"H) x 7"W) 3rd century B.C. SUGGESTED ITEMS APULIAN LION GUTTUS £295 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS FEMALE HEAD GUTTUS £600 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS DRAPED BUST APPLIQUE £ 195 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS | About Us | Contact | Antiquities.co.uk
ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN DECORATED BLACK GLAZED KANTHAROID KRATER 021630
ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN'LEAF MOTIF' BLACK-GLAZED KANTHAROID KRATER Ceramic. 35.04 grams, 59.47 mm across handles. An Apulian black-glazed kantharoid krater with bi-conical body with rounded middle section mounted upon flared foot base; short bowl shaped mouth flanked by twin high arched strap handles, decorated in red ochre with on the shoulder with a band of wave motifs with two lines underneath. Very fine condition, small chip to base. Provenance: from an old English collection, found Apulia, Magna Graecia, South-eastern Italy in the 19th century. Please read about our Selling Policies on our Pages Payment Credit or Debit Cards. We check consignee addresses and can only despatch to the cardholders billing address; Paypal to sales@time-line.co.uk; Bank Transfer; UK Cheque or Postal Order made payable to TimeLine Originals. Fees We ... moredo not charge any extras for taxes or handling. V.A.T. No. GB 795 7410 88; Margin scheme applies. Shipping UK Recorded delivery £2.50; UK Special delivery £5.50 including insurance International signed for £6.00 including insurance. Export licences may be required for some items. Under British law an export permit is required for all coins and antiquities over 50 years old found in UK soil. If required we make your application free of charge. Although this results in a delay, this export document ensures that your item is exported legally, and is an additional guarantee that your item is 100% authentic as described. Delivery We normally ship within 24 hours of receiving payment. Refunds& Returns All items are strictly described and graded, and are guaranteed genuine by us forever. Items are sent to you on 15 days approval. Belgravia developments(UK) Ltd. T/a TimeLine Originals; Company reg. No 3516937 Contact Me: info@time-lines.co.uk; Telephone: +44[0]1708-222384; Time-lines.co.uk, Berry Lodge, St. Mary's Lane, Upminster Essex, England, RM14 3PH. RcmdId ViewItemDescV4,RlogId p4%60bo7%60jtb9%3Fvo%7B2d71f%2B4g7%3E-1471cb6d1ed-0x110-
ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN BLACK GLAZED THISTLE MUG 020808
SquareTrade © AP6.0 SUPERB ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN'RIBBED BELLY' BLACK-GLAZED THISTLE MUG Ceramic. 125 grams, 95.94 mm. An Apulian thistle mug in black glaze with a single looped handle, expanding neck, ribbed belly and stepped foot with red ochre band. Good extremely fine condition, perfect. Provenance: from an old English collection, found Apulia, Magna Graecia, South-eastern Italy. Please read about our Selling Policies on our Pages Payment Credit or Debit Cards. We check consignee addresses and can only despatch to the cardholders billing address; Paypal to sales@time-line.co.uk; Bank Transfer; UK Cheque or Postal Order made payable to TimeLine Originals. Fees We do not charge any extras for taxes or handling. V.A.T. No. GB 795 7410 88; Margin scheme applies. Shipping UK Recorded delivery £2.50; UK Special delivery £5.50 ... moreincluding insurance International signed for £6.00 including insurance. Export licences may be required for some items. Under British law an export permit is required for all coins and antiquities over 50 years old found in UK soil. If required we make your application free of charge. Although this results in a delay, this export document ensures that your item is exported legally, and is an additional guarantee that your item is 100% authentic as described. Delivery We normally ship within 24 hours of receiving payment. Refunds& Returns All items are strictly described and graded, and are guaranteed genuine by us forever. Items are sent to you on 15 days approval. Belgravia developments(UK) Ltd. T/a TimeLine Originals; Company reg. No 3516937 Contact Me: info@time-lines.co.uk; Telephone: +44[0]1708-222384; Time-lines.co.uk, Berry Lodge, St. Mary's Lane, Upminster Essex, England, RM14 3PH.
ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN GLAZED EPICHYSES wine jug 020812
SquareTrade © AP6.0 ANCIENT GREEK APULIAN'ROSETTE DESIGN' BLACK-GLAZED EPICHYSES Ceramic. 155 grams, 142 mm. Circa 4th century BC. An Apulian Epichyses or wine-jug with a high handle in black glaze with red, white and yellow ochre designs comprising vertical white bars on the neck above bands of diagonal bars on the shoulder and radiating red bars on the flange, rosette design on the lower body and flange base; the handle D-section, the spout c-section with flanking lugs. Handle repaired, otherwise extremely fine condition, complete. Provenance: from an old English collection, found Apulia, Magna Graecia, South-eastern Italy. Please read about our Selling Policies on our Pages Payment Credit or Debit Cards. We check consignee addresses and can only despatch to the cardholders billing address; Paypal to sales@time-line.co.uk; ... moreBank Transfer; UK Cheque or Postal Order made payable to TimeLine Originals. Fees We do not charge any extras for taxes or handling. V.A.T. No. GB 795 7410 88; Margin scheme applies. Shipping UK Recorded delivery £2.50; UK Special delivery £5.50 including insurance International signed for £6.00 including insurance. Export licences may be required for some items. Under British law an export permit is required for all coins and antiquities over 50 years old found in UK soil. If required we make your application free of charge. Although this results in a delay, this export document ensures that your item is exported legally, and is an additional guarantee that your item is 100% authentic as described. Delivery We normally ship within 24 hours of receiving payment. Refunds& Returns All items are strictly described and graded, and are guaranteed genuine by us forever. Items are sent to you on 15 days approval. Belgravia developments(UK) Ltd. T/a TimeLine Originals; Company reg. No 3516937 Contact Me: info@time-lines.co.uk; Telephone: +44[0]1708-222384; Time-lines.co.uk, Berry Lodge, St. Mary's Lane, Upminster Essex, England, RM14 3PH.
Ancient Greek Apulian Black Glazed Ware Cellar Salt Pot - 400 BC
An ancient Greek Apulian black ware salt pot. Dating to around 400 BC. Black-glaze ware is sometimes viewed as the utilitarian pottery of the ancient world. Used by households across the social spectrum. Yet this wonderful salt pot, so calm and composed, doubtless crosses the boundary into a form of ceramic art. With a circular raised foot, bowl body and wide, rounded mouth, exhibiting a wonderful black glaze throughout. Black Glaze ware was widely used throughout the Mediterranean. Its elegant form and versatile nature made it incredibly popular in the households of the ancient classical world. Apulia, with its numerous Greek colonies and strong Greek influence, was no exception. This lovely, artistic piece speaks to the impact of Hellenistic culture across the classical Mediterranean. Height: 2 ¼ inches. Condition: Very good. Unrestored ... moreand with excellent glaze preservation. Provenance: This piece is from a large number of antiques. Purchased from a shop clearance in the south of England. These items were all exhibited at London department store Fortnum& Mason, approximately 15 years ago. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. However. If you plan to purchase items over the course of a day or m
Ancient Greek Apulian Bronze Jar
GREEK WORLD APULIAN BRONZE JAR ENLARGE& ZOOM A bronze jar. Piriform in profile, with flat base and deep shoulder, rolled and flared rim. Formerly in the collection of a deceased North Country collector. This item is accompanied with an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity. OBJECT INFORMATION £ 500.00 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS 14.5cm(H) x 14cm(D) 6"H) x 6"D) 5th-3rd century B.C. SUGGESTED ITEMS APULIAN LION GUTTUS £295 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS FEMALE HEAD GUTTUS £600 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS DRAPED BUST APPLIQUE £ 195 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS | About Us | Contact | Antiquities.co.uk
Ancient Greek Samian Ware Vessel Section with Warrior Figures 4th BC Apulian
click to enlarge. I am a member of the association of international antiquities dealers. The AIAD is an association of dealers in antiquities(including fine art. Coins, metallic and ceramic objects) whose aim is to promote responsible antiquities dealing and to provide a support network and means of exchanging relevant information about fakes, forgeries, fraudulent misrepresentation and stolen good with a view of identifying such items for sale and notifying the relevant authorities. Every member must meet and follow the stringent code of conduct in order to participate in the association. Should you need to check my membership visit this link. http:aiad.org.uk/about-us/members-profiles/ and look for Juan Carlos Bahamonde. Ancient Greek Roman 4th BC. A Samian ware terracota vessel fragment decorated with a scene of a warrior holding a spear ... moreand shield and a kneeling female; incised inscriptions to the far left. Approximate length: 13 cm(5" Approximate height: 8 cm(3" Total weight: 121 grams. Provenance: Ex Mr. W. Steinberg; USA private collection acquired before 1960. Ex UK art market sale. Condition: In fine overall condition. See photos. 100% GENUINE ARTIFACT OR YOUR MONEY BACK. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE LET ME KNOW BEFORE PLACING ANY BIDS. Certificate of Authenticity Can be provided if requested. Life Time Guaranteed- Money Back Guaranteed: This Item is 100% guaranteed authentic as described. We offer life time full money-back guarantee to the original buyer if a recognised authority disputes their authenticity or if the description is found significantly incorrect. The claim is only valid so long as the the original buyer owns it. If the object are proved to be forgery. We will be responsible for all return shipping fees. However, the costs of the study by the art lab will not be refunded. Return Terms: The buyer must contact us first before returning the items. This must be done within 3 days of receiving the item. The items must be returned within 14 days after receiving the object. The ite
Ancient Greek Red Figure Pottery Apulian Owl Skyphos Wine Cup - 350 BC
A charming. Genuine ancient Greek Apulian owl skyphos(wine cup) dating to approximately 350 BC. The owl skyphos is one of the most iconic ceramics from the ancient Greek world. Depicting as it does the manifestation of the Goddess Athena, shown as an owl perched in the sacred olive groves of Athens. The Skyphos was an ancient vessel type. Used for the consumption of wine, which was often watered down in antiquity. The vase painters of Greek South Italy were ultimately inspired by Athenian red-figure artists. Although they soon developed their own imaginative depictions, shapes and techniques. A particularly fine Skyphos and a lovely example of ancient Greek red-figure art. Diameter: 5 3/8 inches. Height: 3 inches. Condition: Excellent. Unrestored. Provenance: Ex. British private collection of Mr. S. South of England, acquired prior to 2001. ... morePlease note: This is a genuine. Highly collectable, genuine ancient Greek ceramic. This piece is offered for sale without reserve to promote our extensive inventory of antiquities and ancient coins. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. However. If you plan to purchase items over the course of a day or more you must delay payment and let us know after you have purchas
Ancient Greek Apulian Black Glazed Pottery Flask / Mug - 440 BC
A beautiful ancient Greek Apulian black glazed pottery mug. Dating to around 440- 420 BC. This elegant vessel stands upon a flat base with a plump. Piriform body, narrowing neck and everted mouth. A handle curls from the rim to the shoulder of the piece. Black Glaze ware became the standard pottery tableware of the Hellenistic and early Roman period and was widely used throughout the Mediterranean. Its elegant form and versatile nature made it incredibly popular in the households of the ancient classical world. Apulia. With its numerous Greek colonies and strong Greek influence, was no exception. Likely used for the consumption of water and wine. This lovely, artistic piece speaks to the impact of Hellenistic culture across the classical Mediterranean. Condition: Excellent. Handle reattached. Exhibiting a beautiful glaze. Height: 4 ⅛ inches. ... moreProvenance: Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. However. If you plan to purchase items over the course of a day or more you must delay payment and let us know after you have purchased the first item. Otherwise all items are sent following cleared payment. Terms and conditions No Sales Tax/VAT will be charged by ourselves. We are not responsible for customs delays/d
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Pottery Epichysis Wine Jug - 340 BC
An ancient Greek Apulian epichysis(wine jug) Dating to 340- 320 BC. The epichysis of classic form. With a contained, soapbox-like body and long elegant handle, neck and pouring spout. The painted scene showing a reclining lady, her hair dressed in a kekryphalos. Wearing a beaded necklace and bracelets, dressed in a flowing chiton, holding out a patera in her right hand and a branch of leaves in the left. Palmettes border the scene. Scrolling around the rim is a beautiful band of laurels. Surely one of the most beautiful forms of ancient Greek pottery. The epichysis is lithe and expressive. And has all the vibrancy one would expect from a vessel used in the consumption of alcohol. The painted scene on this example is wonderfully evocative, and finer than many examples from the period. Height: 6 ½ inches. Condition: Very good. Handle reattached. ... moreExcellent preservation of the original pigment. Provenance: Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges. As volume sellers with preferential rates, we are mostly able to ship at below commercially available prices. For eBay customers If you wish to leave us a note or have a special request for delivery. Please do not use the"item notes" on the ebay checkout. Instead, please send your request via the contact seller link. Combined shipping In some cases we can combine multiple items into a single package to save you money. However. If you plan to purchase items over the course of a day or more you must delay payment and let us know after you have purchased the first item. Otherwise all items are sent following cleared payment. Terms and conditions No Sales Tax/VAT will be charged by
Authentic Ancient Greek Apulian Salt-Cellar Salt Bowl 5th-4th Century B.C.
Authentic Ancient Greek Apulian Salt-Cellar Salt Bowl 5th-4th Century B.C. Search Authentic Ancient 5th- 4th Century B.C. Greek Apulian Salt-Cellar. Shallow salt dish, beautifully formed and heavily potted, resting on a short circular ridged foot. Decorated on the exterior with black glaze. Condition: Intact. Unrestored; some chips on the rim of the foot. DIMENSIONS: Diameter: 8 cm(3 1/8 in) Height: 2.3 cm(0.905512 in) ITEM NUMBER: G128 ALL OUR ARTIFACTS ARE ACCOMPANIED BY A CERTIFICATION OF AUTHENTICITY WE SHIP INTERNATIONALLY PayPal and Bank Transfer WE SHIP INTERNATIONALLY International Shipping Costs will calculated after the auction based on the purchaser address. Items will be shipped within 3 business days of receiving payment via Canada Post 7 day delivery. Express Post 4 business day delivery or by request UPS, FedEx. All items are ... moreguaranteed to be authentic antiques. And not reproductions. All our artifacts are accompanied by a Certificate Of Authenticity. We provide a full money return guarantee if a state museum judges the artifact to be non-authentic. Our business is based on a long family tradition of collecting fine European and Oriental Antiques and Art. With a special interest in Antique Arms and Armour. We have been involved in antique trading since 1970. Thank you for taking the time to contact us Hundred and One Antiques
Ancient Greek Apulian Ceramic Askos in Native Italic Style
Apulian Askos in Native Italic Style Size: 11.7cm(H) x 10.2cm(L) 5"H) x 4"L) Description: Creamy buff clay double-spouted jar with cream slip wash decorated with black-sepia paint in the native Italic style. Wide circular body with flat base and looped handle rising from middle of body. Wide filler spout rises vertically from top of body on one side. Slightly concave front on, with flaring mouth and wide flat rim. Narrow exit spout protrudes from opposite side of body at an angle, straight and slightly cone-shaped, measuring approx. 3cm. The main body is decorated with a repetitive linear pattern of vertical bands of arrow-shaped chevrons all round in black-sepia paint, enclosed within a black outline around handle and spouts above and two concentric lines below on the base. Thick black lines outline the base of both spouts and ... morethe handle while each are decorated individually. The narrow spout is painted completely black; the handle is decorated with three vertical lines over the top and three sets of short strokes on each side; the rim of the wide spout is painted with three concentric lines and a zig-zag and chevron pattern is depicted on the neck within three vertical lines each side and a single ring below and a double ring of think and thin lines above. For similar vessels and styles cf. J. W. Hayes. Etruscan and Italic Pottery in the Royal Ontario Museum' 1985, F8-17. Period: Circa 4th Century BC. About Us Ancient& Oriental is the website brand of Ancient Art. London's leading purveyor of antiquities and coins, whom have been actively dealing in ancient artefacts and coins for almost 40 years. Having built up an enviable reputation both in the wholesale and retail markets, Ancient Art strives to sell antiquities at affordable prices with all items unconditionally guaranteed authentic, with each item being sold with a certificate of authenticity. Proprietor Chris Martin actively serves as chairman of the Antiquities' Dealer's Association(ADA) and the British Numismatic Trade Ass
Ancient Greek Apulian Blackware Footed Dish
GREEK WORLD Greek Apulian Blackware Footed Dish A blackware dish with pedestal foot. Decorated with radiating strokes to the rim, band of leaf ornament surrounding the central profile of a lady of fashion facing left, her hair dressed in a ribboned sakkos with stephane and necklace in white and ochre. 5th-3rd century BC Provenance: From the estate of a North Country collector. Acquired over a 30 year period from the early 1970s; formerly with Brigantia Antiques, York, UK. This item is accompanied with an illustrated Certificate of Authenticity. OBJECT INFORMATION £ 595.00 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS 23cm(H) 9"H) c. 5th- 3rd century B.C. SUGGESTED ITEMS Ancient Good sized Campanian Greek skyphos £2295 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS Ancient Greek Gnathian Blackware Skyphos £250 | SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS Ancient Greek Daunian Kyathos £300 ... more| SIMILAR PRICED ITEMS | About Us | Contact | Antiquities.co.uk
Ancient Apulian Red-Figure Greek Lekanis C.325-300 BC - Famous Estate
Excellent Condition for this rare piece Ancient Apulian Red-Figure Greek Lekanis C.325-300 BC Circa 325-300 BC Published: Catalogue XXXIX No. 21 Provenance: Formerly in a private Swiss collection. And current famous Ownership Certificate will be included. Acquired in the 1970s-80s. Approx. Dimensions: Height is 3 3/4 Width from handle to handle 6 1/8 The lekanis was generally used as a cosmetic container or as a gift for brides. Which was given by their fathers on their wedding day and filled with trinkets. This item is accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity. see pics! The lekanis proper is a low. Flattish dish with a cover. Shape: The bowl of the lekanis proper has two wide ribbon-like handles set horizontally on the sides. And a cylindrical stem topped by a cover with a disc-like knob serving as a handle. The foot is a low base-ring. ... moreHistory: Some shapes of bowls regularly had a lid which was made to fit. If the vessel is a type of dish with a shallow bowl. It was known as a lekane. If it was a dish with a shallow bowl and the rim of the bowl had a ledge to receive a lid, and there was a lid, it was called a lekanis. This vessel had an early history in Attic pottery; it was known in the Geometric period. The lekanis proper comes in during the second half of the sixth century and is especially popular in red-figure and the black painted pottery of the late fifth century. Vessels of this shape frequently appear as wedding gifts in scenes of bridal processions on red-figure vases. Term: The Greek word lekanis was used to define one of the many and various bowls employed for different purposes by the Greeks. This Ancient Apulian Red-Figure Lekanis is in Excellent condition for an artifact of its age! This piece c omes from the estate of a famous public figure head in the United States. It was part of his private collection. This gentleman collected throughout his life and acquired this piece in January of 2005. IF YOU WOULD LIKE INFORMATION ON THE OWNER OF this Lekanis, PLEASE SEND US AN EMAIL. Certificat
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Pottery Fish Plate - 4th Century BC
An ancient Apulian Greek red-figure fish plate. Dating to the 4th century BC. Sitting upon a short stem base. With two bream, two molluscs and a spotted torpedo fish around a central garum(fish sauce) recess. The shoulder of the plate decorated with rolling waves, whilst the face itself is gently sloped for collecting juices, ingeniously designed, the shape also recalls the gently rolling sea floor, the source of the bounty. Some of the most endearing and relatable artefacts from the ancient world. Apulian fish plates are amongst the most iconic of all Greek wares, made to serve succulent morsels of grilled seafood, like the fish and molluscs painted on their surface. Seafood was a basic staple of the ancient Mediterranean diet; keen observers of the natural world, the ancient vase painters so accurately captured the shapes and markings of ... morethe fish they depicted that it is possible to identify most of them by species. Though popular. Fish plates are becoming increasingly rare on the private market, especially those with a secure provenance. This beautiful example was published in November 1984 in the catalogue of the prominent Swiss-German auction house Munzen und Medaillen and retains its old collection labels on the base. Diameter: 8 5/8 inches. Condition: Excellent. Unrestored and with original encrustations. Provenance: Ex. Swiss private collection. Published by Munzen und Medaillen, Basel, November 1984 and with original collection labels on base. A scan of the appropriate pages from the original catalogue will be provided to the new buyer. The catalogue attributes this piece to the Bellies painter. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from s
Intact Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Ceramic Pottery Kylix Wine Cup - 350 BC
A beautiful. Intact and unrestored ancient Greek Apulian kylix, originating from a prominent private collection and dating to 350- 300 BC. The kylix is of typical elegant form. The shallow dish with footed base and two ribbon-like looped handles. The decoration on the outer dish, painted in red-brown, depicts a laurel wreath, whilst the inside also features a wreath, the tondo at the centre with a palmette. The kylix is one of the most elegant ancient Greek ceramic shapes. Used for drinking wine as it could be held comfortably in one hand, used in the well-known game kottabos, which involved the drunken guests at a symposia flinging the remains of their wine at a specified target, whilst holding the kylix with the index finger through a loop handle. If the thrower hit the target whilst uttering the name of his desired partner, he would be ... morea successful lover. A rare unrestored example with a genuine provenance. A fine piece. Handle to handle diameter: 8 inches. Condition: Excellent. Unrestored. Provenance: Ex. Lohrey collection. Frankfurt, Germany. A prominent collector of ancient ceramics, rather than focusing on one particular culture Mr. Lohrey went after only the best examples from across antiquity. Buying throughout the 1980’s– 1990’s, with his keen eye Lohrey formed one of the leading German collections of its type. Please note: This is a genuine ancient Greek artefact. This piece is offered for sale with a very low reserve to promote our extensive inventory of fine quality antiquities and ancient coins. Which you will find at the following link: We combine shipping on all orders. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of authenticity and photograph of the item. Shipping We send all collectibles Registered. Signed-for and Insured. We do not aim to profit from shipping charges.
Ancient GREEK POTTERY Apulian Red FIGURE Painting Ladies of Fashion Kothon Lid
Click picture to see larger image size. Ancient Greek APULIAN Pottery A N C I E N T G R E E K A P U L I A N P O T T E R Y Ancient Greek Red-Figure Pottery. Ca. 325 BC. MAGNA GRAECIA ~ Apulia Italy. Lovely larger Red-Pottery Pottery Lid Red Figure from a Kothon or Lidded Oinochoe featuring the heads of two Ladies of Fashion in profile facing left with hair gather in a sakkos and wearing earrings and white pearl necklaces; heads are separated by calyx/ palmette forms. The ladies are reserved in the natural red color pottery silhouetted against shiny black glazed with details hand painted in white. Tall knob handle. Lid is from a larger size Kothon Or Lidded Oinochoe. Diameter 4 in. 10cm) Height 2-5/8in. 8.5cm) Excellent. Intact-no repairs only a few minor abrasions. Comes with Lucite display Mount. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Comes complete with ... morea Certificate of Authenticity. GUARANTEED TO BE AUTHENTIC. OUR GUARANTEE: All illustrations are of the actual item offered. The authenticity of all pieces is fully guaranteed. Lifetime Guarantee-Any item ever shown otherwise may be returned unaltered for full refund less shipping. Additionally. If any item purchased is not to your satisfaction you may return it unaltered within 30 days of purchase for a full refund less shipping. We also guarantee absolute discretion and confidentiality in all transactions. International Payments accepted include Moneybookers. Images are not actual size Please see description for actual measurements. Click here to view my other auctions. Click Here. Double your traffic. Get Vendio Gallery- Now FREE!
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Ceramic Pottery Lekanis - 4th Century BC
A large and beautiful ancient Greek Apulian red-figure lekanis. Dating to 350– 300 BC. The lekanis of typically elegant form. The shallow bowl painted in black, standing on a stemmed foot and with two wide ribbon-like handles set on the sides, the lid with disc handle decorated with a starburst motif. The main register with beautifully exuberant red-figure decoration; on one side is an androgynous winged Eros, seated on a rock and staring wistfully over his shoulder, depicted nude but wearing a profusion of beads, anklets and bracelets, he holds an ornate mirror in his right hand and bells in his left. Opposite is a seated lady of fashion, shown with her garment pulled down to the waist exposing the breasts, the folds of the cloth hang loosely about her folded legs, she wears her hair up in an elaborate beaded coiffure, necklace and bracelets. ... moreIn her right hand she holds a jewellery or make-up box whilst she strokes the ground with her left, a blossoming flower below her- the scene bordered by palmettes. A large. Finely painted example of a genuine Greek red-figure lekanis in excellent condition. One of the most beautiful ancient Greek ceramic shapes. The lekanis was used in antiquity to store soaps and scented perfumes. It appears to have been a quintessentially female object particularly associated with wedding gifts and bridal processions– certainly the references to youthful love and passion on this piece are clear. Diameter including handles: 8 3/4 inches. Height: 5 3/8 inches. Condition: Excellent. Unrestored. Provenance: Ex. Lohrey collection. Frankfurt, Germany. A prominent collector of ancient ceramics, rather than focusing on one particular culture Mr. Lohrey went after only the best examples from across antiquity. Buying throughout the 1980’s– 1990’s from reputable European dealers, Lohrey used his keen eye to form one of the leading German collections of its type. This piece is also accompanied by an expert analysis by Antiken-Kabinett(date not provided though likely 1990's- early 2000's) whic
Ancient Greek Apulian Red Figure Ceramic Pottery Bell Krater - 4th Century BC
A beautifully painted ancient Greek Apulian red-figure bell krater. Dating to the 4th century BC and originating from a prominent private collection. The krater with disc foot. Short stem, bulbous body and flaring lip, two ribbon-like handles are set bilaterally, beneath the rim is a chevron pattern. The obverse with a nude satyr striding forward and carrying a flaming torch in his right hand, he wears ribbons tied into his hair and across his chest, a thyrsus stands in the background. On the reverse stands a young maenad(female follower of Dionysus) shown wearing himation gown along with bracelets, earrings, necklace and beads in her hair, she holds a jewellery box and thyrsus. The thyrsus, associated with Dionysus(god of wine) and his followers was a symbol of prosperity, fertility, hedonism, and general pleasurable enjoyment. In Greek ... morereligion, this staff was carried by the votaries of Dionysos, it was believed that honey dripped from the tip of the stave. The ancient Greeks did not approve of drinking wine neat. Indeed this was considered a barbarian practice. Instead, they used bell kraters such as this to mix their wine with water for consumption at symposia(social gatherings) The scene on this stunning piece is clearly Dionysiac in nature, and would have been used in an atmosphere of revelry, wine and merriment. Height: 9 ¼ inches. Width at the mouth: 9 ¾ inches. Condition: Excellent. Unrestored. Provenance: Ex. Lohrey collection. Frankfurt, Germany. A prominent collector of ancient ceramics, rather than focusing on one particular culture Mr. Lohrey went after only the best examples from across antiquity. Buying throughout the 1980’s– 1990’s, with his keen eye Lohrey formed one of the leading German collections of its type. Authenticity All items are unconditionally guaranteed to be Authentic as described. For added security we offer a full money-back guarantee if a recognized authority disputes the authenticity of any object sold. We send paper invoices incorporating a signed certificate of auth