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    GREEK SOUTHERN ITALY. Apulia and Campania. Ca. 350-275 BC. Group of two blackware vessels. Includes a lekythos (small one-handled pitcher) of classical form, 7.5" (19.5 cm) tall, with slender tapering black-glazed body and neck and foot in natural red slip color, with simple linear hashmarks intervening; and a blackware askos (olive oil container), 5.5" (17 cm) tall, with squat ovoid body, single handle and flaring spout. The lekythos has been expertly recomposed from four or five large fragments, the askos appears intact and unrestored, with only a few mineralized deposits. TWO PIECES IN LOT.

    From a Southern California private collection.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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