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East Greek Lydion, 6th Century BC

Buff colored ointment vase with the characteristic wide mouth, globular body, and high conical foot.

The neck and most of the foot covered with red-brown glaze. Concentric bands around the upper part of the body.

For a related example, cf. CVA Cambridge (MA), Fogg Museum and Gallatin Collections, 13, pl. (339) 1.1. Beazley vase no. 1001443.

Intact, surface slightly worn.

H. 11.2 cm (4.4 in)

Westphalian private collection since the 1960s.

420 USD

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