Description: A fine mould-made ceramic guttus (also guttos) used to pour oil into oil-burning lamps. The vessel rests upon a concave ringed foot with a discoid body, a small ring-shaped handle and an upturned pouring spout with an flared ringed lip.
The central tondo depicts a beautiful Eros (Cupid) in relief.
Period: Magna Graecia, Southern Italy, Campania, c. 360 to 325 BC
Size: Height: 15 cm, width: 14 cm.
Condition: A small chip on the spout visible in the photo, otherwise very
beautiful, large piece showing no restorations.
Origin: Collection from a Belgian aristocratic family, acquired throughout his life by the husband (deceased in 2012) of Madame A-M de G.
A certificate of authenticity will be provided to the buyer
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- Período cultural
- Grécia Antiga, Período helenístico
- Gutus Muito Grande com Eros
- Século/ Período de tempo
- Campania, ca. 360 to 325 BC
- Bom estado, ver foto