APULIAN RED-FIGURED OINOCHAI
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with trefoil mouth and reeded handles with applied female masks, the body depicting a young man draped in an animal skin, holding a mirror facing two women in flowing chitons, one centered seated facing left, bejeweled and wearing a sakkos holding a fan in her right hand and a sista in her left, the right side with striding women facing left holding a torch in her right hand and a situla in her left, the rim with foliate band and fluted neck, the rear with fanning palmette; the decoration enlighted with added white and yellow (those colors were added by the painter after the firing of the vase therefore they often disappear with time)
Circa 340-320 B.C.
Overall Diameter: 6 ½” x 18” high
Minor restorations - Condition Report Available
FOB Los Angeles