Black glazed pottery mug with a concave circular mouth, ring foot marked with an annule on the base, a turin-strand handle dividing at the join on the lip and a convex shaped fluted body decorated with impressed palmettes at the top and impressed palmettes beneath the handle below an egg and tongue band, fragments now missing from the mouth, the glaze is worn and chipped.
- Made in: Attica
- Height: 9.4 centimetres
Register records that it was bought in South Kensington.
Greek & Roman Antiquities
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Object reference number: GAA66074
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