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A low footed pottery dish painted in umber and black. The decoration comprises of an outer spiral wave design and a central four pointed astral motif, with three dots on the interstices.


Circa: mid-4th century BC.


Very fine condition.

Diameter 14 cms (5.5 ins).


Provenance: The Heidi Vollmoeller Collection, acquired in 1956; Christie's, London, 29 October 2003, lot 447. Private collection, UK, acquired in the above sale.


The name 'Genucilia' derives from a Latin or Faliscan lady of the name Poplia Genucilia, who owned a similar plate inscribed with her name.

Etruscan pottery Genucilia Group footed dish

SKU: K291