Intact, with a scratch to the upper surface of the foot and some minor scratches to the body made good.
The stemmed dish found its greatest popularity between the late sixth century BC and the second quarter of the fifth. It is thought that the group of smaller stemmed dishes held salts and condiments, whilst the larger ones held nuts, fruit and olives.
ProvenancePrivate collection, Belgium; acquired in the 1990s
Private collection, Wiltshire, UK