London, South Kensington
27 October 2009
A ROMANO-EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA FIGURE OF A MAN
CIRCA 1ST-3RD CENTURY A.D.
His lower body wrapped in a garment tucked over at the front, balancing a large jar on his left shoulder, mounted
4¼ in. (11 cm.) high
Formerly in a Swiss private collection, acquired prior to WWII.
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Ink inscribed label on the reverse "Slg. 196".
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