TWO CAMPANIAN RED-FIGURED BELL-KRATERS CLOSE TO THE CAIVANO PAINTER AND THE IXION GROUP, CIRCA 340-320 B.C. (Pot A) with a spotted panther on one side, a seated nude youth on the other, dotted squares encircling below, laurel below the rim; (Pot B) with a winged lion griffin on one side, a bird on the other, wave below the rim; both with palmettes below the handles, details in added white Taller: 7 in. (17.8 cm.) high (Pot A)
A Lucanian red-figured bell krater, attributed to the Pisticci Painter, BC portraying two athletes flanking Nike, Greek goddess of victory, identifiably by her symbolic attributes of wings and the fillet that she is awarding to one athlete.