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Corinthian Polychrome Alabastron with Goose

Corinth, Greece, ca. 6th century BCE. Tall, slender pottery alabastron - used for holding perfumes and scented oils - with slightly sloping rim, decorated on the side with large goose or swan in added brown and red pigments and brown rosettes in the field. A nice example! Custom base. Size: 3.625" H (9.2 cm)

Condition: Surface abraded, minor chips else intact and good to excellent

Provenance: Ex - Albanese collection

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