$1,350 USD– SOLD
A graceful and elegant stemless cup used for wine with good black gloss with a thin red wash on the reserved bottom. The wide shallow body sits on a low heavy foot with convex bottom and externally incorporates a narrow concave rim-band. Inside the bowl, a wide flat rim-band is offset. The thick round-sectioned II-shaped handles, tilted and upswung are attached to the body just below the rim-band.
Related example: Hayes, J. "Greek and Italian Black-Gloss Ware and Related Wares in the Royal Ontario Museum" (1984) page 24, #36 Ex. Sturge Collection.
Condition: Intact and in fine condition overall with root remains on the base.
Dimensions: Diameter: 11 1/8 inches (28.2cm)
Provenance: Private AZ collection