Ancient Roman Terracotta Oil lamp with fish and grapes - 9.2×7×3.4 cm

Description
Ancient Roman Terracotta Oil lamp with fish and grapes - 9.2×7×3.4 cm
3rd-4th century AD.

A pale orange terracotta oil lamp, the discus decorated with a central fish above the filling hole and surrounded on the perimeter by a sequence of bunches of grapes and vines. Solid handle to rear; standing on a flat base decorated with three circular concentric grooves around the middle.
Circa 3rd-4th century AD
Condition: Very Fine

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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Roman
Material
Terracotta
Object
Oil lamp with fish and grapes
Dimensions
9.2×7×3.4 cm
Century/ Timeframe
3rd-4th century AD.
Condition
Nozzle with two small chips and hairline crack underneath. Otherwise complete and in good condition.
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