A group of eleven Etruscan bucchero ware vessels, circa 7th-6th Century B.C., comprising a large oinochoe, a spur on either side of the strap handle, a band of vertical striations around the central body, rays emanating from the base, 30.5cm high; a smaller oinochoe with banded decoration, 21.5cm high; a third oinochoe with vertical striations around the body and half fan motifs at the shoulder, 15.3cm high; a biconical amphora with dotted half fan motifs at the base of the neck and broad open work strap-handles, with trianular and dot designs, 24cm high; a chalice with a band of notched decoration at the base of the bowl, 16.4 cm high; a strainer vessel with perforated spout, with a notched band around the body, 22.5cm high; an olpe with rays emanating from the pad base, fan motifs on the body and half fan motifs on the shoulder, 21.8 cm high; a smaller olpe with striations on the lower body, encircling bands above and half fan motifs at the shoulder, 15cm high; an undecorated olpe, 15.5cm high; a small kyathos with double knot handle, 7.5cm high; and a kylix decorated with rays, encircling bands above and half fan motifs at the shoulder, 15.5 cm diam. (11)
Provenance: Private collection, New Mexico, acquired prior to 1991.
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