New York, Park Avenue
30 May 1997
AN ETRUSCAN BRONZE HANDLE
circa late 5th-early 4th century b.c.
The shaft with rows of beading, each end terminating in the form of a facing head of a satyr with finely worked mustache, beard and hair, both with pointed ears, broad, rounded noses, and detailed eyes with incised pupils, originaly attached along the outer rim of a large basin
5 5/8in. (14.3cm.) wide
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Morris Museum, Morristown, NJ in conjunction with the exhibition "The Etruscans: Legacy of a Lost Civilization," March-June 1993.
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