Roman Plastic Lamp In The Form Of Head Of An African
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Rare Juglet Showing Potter at his Wheel Circa 200-275 AD Description: Extremely rare Tunisian red slip ware juglet with moulded appliques in relief depicting an extremely rare scene of a potter at his wheel and a mythological or circus scene on the reverse.
A ROMAN TRANSLUCENT PALE BLUE BLOWN GLASS GOBLET 4TH CENTURY A.D
Roman (AD 43 - AD 450) Title: Roman Samian ware lamp
Roman Ceramic “Samian Ware” Vessel Roman, Roman Imperial, 2nd century A.D. Ceramics Height: 14.7cm
This vessel is a Gaulish Samian-ware. The red glazed Roman pottery (aka terra sigillata) is made from the Rheinzabern Kilns in Germany. Rheinzabern produced both decorated and plan forms around the 2nd - 3rd century.