Black glazed pottery dish with a convex shaped body marked with an interior decoration of three concentric rings of impressed egg moulding, a ledge rim and a ring foot marked with a black glazed annule encircled by three black rings on the base, the glaze is worn and chipped, and there are traces of a whitish deposit in places.
- Made in: Attica
- Height: 3.3 centimetres
- Diameter: 11 centimetres
Found unregistered. The Msc catalogue slip notes Durand as the previous owner, however it is noted in the Vase catalogue that there is no reference number, the dish is not marked with the letter D (as are other items from the Durand Collection) and it has not been included in either the revised or original Durand register entries, suggesting that this may be incorrect.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA66510
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