Roman chariot decoration depicting a young man (perhaps Attis or Ganymede) wearing the Phrygian cap with a band of curly hair sticking out under the bonnet.
At the back, a suspension ring and a small piece of iron rod.
Mounted on a customised and detachable metal base.
Dating from: 1st - 2nd century AD
Size: 129 x 84 x 69 mm
Total height, including the stand: 146 mm
Total weight: 648 g
Provenance: Roman Empire
Condition: Very good condition, application of a protective wax
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Information regarding the origin:
Purchased by the current owner in 2019 in England.
Auction house T.A, lot 173.
Former private collection of a Suffolk collector.
The seller can prove that the lot was obtained legally, declaration of provenance seen by Catawiki.
- Ancient Roman
- Number of objects
- Bust of a young man in Phrygian cap, decoration of chariot
- 129×84×69 mm
- Century/ Timeframe
- 1er - 2ème siecle AD
- Very good condition, protective wax