This is an Ancient Greek Black Glazed Miniature Terracotta Stemmed Bowl, 4th-3rd century B.C. A once black glazed dish probably used for spices with a rounded rim and shallow body, underside sloping to the pedestal foot. Provenance: From an old Canterbury collection formed in the early-20th Century. The artefact in very fine condition (much of the glaze has worn) and measures 45mm diameter x 35mm tall.
Price: 35.00

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Miniature Ancient Greek Terracotta Stemmed Bowl. NP Collectables
GA326 Miniature Ancient Greek Terracotta Stemmed Bowl
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