18 October 2005
A ROMAN POTTERY WINE AMPHORA
SECOND HALF OF 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.
With ribbed handles and tall cylindrical neck, the body tapered to small knop foot, light marine encrustation, on metal tripod stand
35 in. (89 cm.) high
Max Himmelheber Foundation, Baiersbronn, Germany.
Formerly in the collection of Dr. Max Himmelheber (1904-2000), acquired Galleria Casa Serodine, Ascona, Switzerland, March 1966.
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