20 April 2005
AN AMLASH POTTERY QUADRUPED VESSEL
1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.
The hollow vessel with cylindrical aperture emerging from the animal's back, head with alert ears, prominent mid-rib on nose and rounded muzzle, on four short legs, repaired and restored; and a Parthian pottery animal vessel, with round body, long mouth and alert ears, the vessel's cylindrical aperture emerging from the animal's back with curved handle, on three small tapered legs, neck repaired
13 in. (33 cm.) and 14½ in. (37 cm.) long respectively (2)
Item one: acquired from Hugh M. Moss Ltd., London, 1972.
Red ink inventory number "6423" underneath.
Item two: acquired from Bluett & Sons, London, 1968.
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