London, South Kensington
14 May 2002
A ROMAN BRONZE SHALLOW PAN
CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.
With long integral strap handle terminating in a curved swan's head, 14¼ in. (36.2 cm.) long; a Greek bronze vessel handle, the central lion mask with chased curling mane, flanked by two recumbent lions, the terminal in the form of a palmette, mounted, circa 500 B.C., 7 in. (18.2 cm.) high; and a Greek bronze bowl with twin fluted handles, the attachment plates decorated with leaves and palmettes, circa 4th Century B.C., 9 3/8 in. (23.8 cm.) across max. (3)
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