A pair of slender terracotta palmettes with a central core and fifteen petals emerging from fluted volutes.
Campanian terracotta appliques may have been adhered to contemporary or funeral furniture.
Taken from the same mold as lot no. 20 (lower center) in: Münzen und Medaillen Basel, Sonderliste S, October 1980.
Mounted on an acryllic stand, former collector’s numeration behind.
Greek Campanian, 480-470 BC
H. 4.9 cm (1.9 in)
Intact, pristine condition. Fresh molding.
Swiss private collection, acquired in the Swiss art market 1990-2000.
The authenticity of the object is unconditionally guaranteed.