Rare terracotta column with Corinthian capital. The details of the capital and the drapery finely modeled. The motif is uncommon and supposed to bear some funerary significance.
Behind the maker’s monogram ΠΓ (PG).
A small vent hole below the inscription.
For a related item, cf. The British Museum Collection, inventory no. 1220.131.
Size: H. 7.5 cm
Culture: (East) Greek, Hellenistic Period, late 2nd to 1st century BC
Condition: Intact. Excellent condition with remains of the original white slip.
Provenance: German private collection L. R., acquired 2011 at Neret-Minet & Tessier, Paris, November 2011 sale. Thence art market Munich, October 2016 sale.
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Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.
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Italia: Importazione soggetta all’IVA – sdoganamento molto lento – consegna postale lentissima.
- Kolom, monogram
- Eeuw / Periode
- (East) Greek, Asia Minor, late 2nd to 1st century BC
- Intacte, keuzevoorwaarde