This is a Hellenistic pottery oil lamp, c. 300 B.C. A black glazed terracotta oil lamp with a bulbous circular body, a small lug to the back, an elongated spout and the top of lamp has been impressed around a large central filler hole. Much of the original black glaze is now covered in a grey deposit. Provenance: Ex Baroness Ethel Inchiquin Collection, Drromoland Castle, Ireland. Acquired in the late 19th or early 20th Century. Ex Private Collection of Michael Green, Tiverton region, collection formed between 1970's - 2012. Michael has collected many stunning pieces of ancient art, antiquity and coins over the many years, all legally acquired from auctions and private collections in the local areas. The artefact is in very fine condition and measures 95mm long.
Price: 80.00

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Hellenistic Pottery Oil Lamp. NP Collectables
GA278 Hellenistic Pottery Oil Lamp
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