London, South Kensington
7 October 2010
A ROMAN LEAD GLAZED POTTERY SKYPHOS
CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C./A.D.
The exterior green glazed, the interior in yellow, the body moulded in relief with a frieze of draped females separated by rosettes, the small ring handles surmounted by a moulded thumbpiece, on a shallow ring foot
2¾ in. (7 cm.) high
Anonymous sale, Dorotheum, Vienna, June 2000.
Royal-Athena Galleries, Art of the Ancient World, 2001, no. 259.
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Old collection number 'K2427C' in white paint on underside of foot.
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