**First Time At Auction**
Magna Graecia, South Italy, Campania, ca. 360 to 340 BCE. A gorgeous, high fired blackware vessel boasting a shiny, almost metallic sheen, the body with attractive ribbed, curved walls, a cylindrical neck, and a flared rim at the top with a bifurcated single handle joining shoulder to rim. The Campanian school of pottery was first established at Capua circa 360 BCE, and is best known for its graceful wheel-thrown vases with elegant finishes as we see in this example. Size: 3" W x 3" H (7.6 cm x 7.6 cm)
Provenance: private Carlton Collection, Los Angeles, California, USA, acquired between 1965 and 1980
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