Large Greek Apulian oinochoe of spindle-shaped body with tubular neck and substantial trefoil rim. A slightly raised twofold handle arching from rim to shoulder.
Almost entirely covered with black glaze, lower body and underside of the flared foot reserved.
The red line running around the shoulder reminds of Attic pottery tradition.
Greek South Italian, early 4th century BC
H. 23.4 cm (9.2 in)
D. belly 15.3 cm (6 in)
Intact except for a tiny chip out of the rim. Fine condition. Hard-fired ceramic with brilliant glaze showing minor wear and root marks in places. Glaze tears running down inside the neck.
Swiss private collection F.M., in family possession before 1968.
The authenticity of the object is unconditionally guaranteed.