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Sicilian? red figured pottery oinochoe depicting a draped female figure to the left with a bowl? raised in her left hand and tendrils marked on either side; the handle has been broken and rejoined and the glaze has worn off; red glaze very worn, traces of the soil which once covered the vase remain, especially beneath the foot.
- Made in: Sicily (?)
- Height: 27 centimetres
Found unregistered, but noted in the register that it was acquired before 1851 and is marked in pencil Hn Rm, indicating that it was exhibited in the Hamilton Room and was probably part of the Hamilton Collection.
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Object reference number: GAA68521
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