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71. **SOLD** South Italian plate : much nicer than usual

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This plate from the South Italian colony in Apulia in Southern Italy dates to the 4th century BC. It is re-composed from 4 large fragments and is 166 mm (6.5. inches) across. Showing the Apulian "lady of fashion". She wears a radiate stephane, a ribbon sakkos, and  necklace and earrings.  The surface is especially good with lots of  fine black lustre and the painting and design, especially of the woman's head is much prettier than usual. If you want just one realy good example of South Italian red figure work, this is a good choice!
Price: sold GBP

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