Description: Attributed to the Asteas-Python workshop, both sides with a female head in profile to the left, one wearing a dotted kekryphalos, the other wearing a dotted sphendone, tongues on the shoulder, palmettes below the handles, the lid with black palmettes on the upper surface, bead-and-reel on the rim; South Italian, Ca. 350 BC.
Location of Origin: Europe
Dimensions: Size 6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) H.
Primary Classification: Ancient Art : Roman
Secondary Classification: Ancient Art
Expertise: Condition is Intact.
Provenance: Ex Sotheby's, London, 14 December 1987, lot 161.Ex John Kluge's, Morven Collection.