Ca. 100-300 AD Superb Ancient Roman decorated Terracotta oil lamp. The lamp has two holes: the center one for filling with oil and the outer one to place a wick to burn. The discus is decorated with a linear patterns. To the rear, a thumb's rest. These lamp were the primary source of light in households at night.
This item includes a Certificate of Authenticity.
Condition: Very Good / see photos
Date: Ca. 100-300 AD
Size: H:37mm / W:98mm ; 80g
Provenance: The Supplier warrants that is has obtained this lot in a legal manner.
Provenance: From an old British collection formed in the 1990s; previously acquired in Austria.
- Ancient Roman
- Decorated Oil Lamp
- Century/ Timeframe
- Ca. 100-300 AD
- Good Condition, See Photo