Black-Glazed Campanian Oenochoe

Culture: Greek/Campanian
Period: 4th century B.C.
Material: Terracotta
Dimensions: 16 cm high
Price: Sold
Ref: 2202
Provenance: Collection Prof. Dr. Rudolf Leopold, founder of the world-famous Leopold Museum in Vienna. Acquired in the 1990s at Dorotheum Wien.
Condition: Intact
Description: Very elegantly formed black-glazed oenochoe. The vessel stands on a slightly set off, twice profiled ring foot. Above it a pear-shaped corpus, topped by a slender neck with a trefoil rim. On the back of the rim a highly curved handle finishing on the shoulder. Very fine, black glaze.