From: Greece | Attica (uncertain)

Curatorial Section: Mediterranean

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Object Number MS4801
Current Location Collections Storage
Culture South Italian | Apulian
Provenience Greece | Attica (uncertain)
Date Made 4th century BCE
Section Mediterranean
Materials Ceramic
Technique Red Figure
Iconography Basket | Pole | Disc

Thin vertical white pole with disc (?) on top. Intact. Figured scene on front bordered below by maeander patern, above by long tongue pattern above a narrow zone of egg pattern. In scene two women facing one another. At right is a seated woman with a wreath in her left hand and a basket in her right. At left is a woman standing with her left foot on a rock holding a bunch of grapes in her left hand and holding out in her right hand a small ladder like object (painted in white: much of white has disappeared). Decoration and glaze had been restored.

Height 23 cm
Outside Diameter 14.6 cm
Credit Line Purchased from Wilder M. Perry, Exec. of the Estate of Frances Stearns, 1912

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