PAIR OF GREEK POTTERY FIGURAL VASES Canosan, circa early 3rd Century B.C.

Each in the form of a female head with an oval face, small lips and straight nose, two wearing a radiate diadem of pointed leaves on either side of her neck, all surmounted by standing figures tightly wrapped in mantle, the back of their necks joining to the high-arching handles, traces of polychromy preserved on two. Each: 14 inches high.