Faliscan Pottery Beaker Oinochoe
Faliscan Pottery Beaker Oinochoe
Faliscan Pottery Beaker Oinochoe
Faliscan Pottery Beaker Oinochoe
Faliscan Pottery Beaker Oinochoe
Faliscan Pottery Beaker Oinochoe

Faliscan Pottery Beaker Oinochoe

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Central Italy Circa 4th century BC

Cream ground well thrown pinched spout vessel with small knobs or spools at neck on either side of loop handle. Added red details of floral palmette tendrils at the neck .

Size: 5-3/8 inches H. Condition: wear to surface, intact.

Provenance: Ex Collection of Howard T. Knapp (1915-2010), a former physicist for the Space Program at NASA, had a deep passion for armor and weaponry and acquired many fascinating pieces from the 60s to the 80s during his extensive world traveling. With an impressive collection that included a three thousand-year-old Ancient Greek sword and over five thousand pieces of pottery, later in life Knapp was an antique dealer and director of Castle Armory Antique Arms Museum in St. Augustine, Florida. He died in 2010 at the age of 95.

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