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Greek terracotta figure representing Leda riding a swan
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  • TITLE: Greek terracotta figure representing Leda riding a swan
  • DESCRIPTION: Leda is the wife of Tyndarus, king of Sparta, who according to legend, after having relations with him, while walking along the river Eurotas, Zeus turned into a swan seduced her and had relations with her. From these relations arose 4 children, two of the mortal husband, Tyndarus and two of the god Zeus. It is a motif rarely depic.
  • DETAILS: Date/ Origin: Greek (Canosan), Circa 400-300 B.C; Material: Terracotta; Conservation: Good condition.; Dimensions: 23 cm; Provenance: Collection of W. Rosenbaum, Ascona/ Baidun fine Antiquities, 2014; Exhibited: Feriarte, IFEMA (Madrid, 16-24 November 2019); Attached thermoluminescence test (TL)

    For destinations out of Spanish territorry: all our object will be shipped after obtaining CERTIFICATE OF EXPORTATION by Ministry of Culture of Spain. We inform our clients that it may take between 4-8 weeks.

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    These export fees are fixed on the final auction price and the tax rate is not applied directly on the total value of the item to be exported, but rather the different percentages by sections are applied to it:

    - Up to 6,000 euros: 5%.
    - From 6.001 to 60.000 euros: 10%.

    Due to Switzerland customs regulations about antiques over 100 years old, this lot cannot be sold to customers residing in Switzerland



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    Greek terracotta figure representing Leda riding a swan

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  • TITLE: Greek terracotta figure representing Leda riding a swan
  • DESCRIPTION: Leda is the wife of Tyndarus, king of Sparta, who according to legend, after having relations with him, while walking along the river Eurotas, Zeus turned into a swan seduced her and had relations with her. From these relations arose 4 children, two of the mortal husband, Tyndarus and two of the god Zeus. It is a motif rarely depic.
  • DETAILS: Date/ Origin: Greek (Canosan), Circa 400-300 B.C; Material: Terracotta; Conservation: Good condition.; Dimensions: 23 cm; Provenance: Collection of W. Rosenbaum, Ascona/ Baidun fine Antiquities, 2014; Exhibited: Feriarte, IFEMA (Madrid, 16-24 November 2019); Attached thermoluminescence test (TL)

    For destinations out of Spanish territorry: all our object will be shipped after obtaining CERTIFICATE OF EXPORTATION by Ministry of Culture of Spain. We inform our clients that it may take between 4-8 weeks.

    According to Spanish legislation, items sent outside the European Union are subject to export taxes and will be added to the invoice, at the buyer's expense.

    These export fees are fixed on the final auction price and the tax rate is not applied directly on the total value of the item to be exported, but rather the different percentages by sections are applied to it:

    - Up to 6,000 euros: 5%.
    - From 6.001 to 60.000 euros: 10%.

    Due to Switzerland customs regulations about antiques over 100 years old, this lot cannot be sold to customers residing in Switzerland



    Reserve: $4,160.00

    Shipping:
  • Domestic: Flat-rate of $197.60 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.
  • Spain: Flat-rate of $156.00 to anywhere within Spain.
  • United Kingdom: Flat-rate of $176.80 to anywhere within the United Kingdom
  • Norway: Flat-rate of $176.80 to anywhere within Norway
  • Rest of Europe: Flat-rate of $166.40 to anywhere within the rest of Europe
  • International: Flat-rate of $197.60 to anywhere in the world.
  • Combined shipping: Please ask about combined shipping for multiple lots before bidding.
  • Location: This item ships from Spain.

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    Photos, descriptions, and estimates were prepared with the utmost care by a fully certified expert and appraiser. All items in this sale are guaranteed authentic.

    In the rare event that the item did not conform to the lot description in the sale, Jasper52 specialists are here to help. Buyers may return the item for a full refund provided you notify Jasper52 within 5 days of receiving the item.
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