- Museum number
Black glazed pottery kotyle with two handles and a ring foot marked on the base with black glazed annule, marked with a reserved spot in the centre of the interior and a small reserved line near the rim, and on the exterior with two reserved bands, worn and chipped in places.
- Production date
Diameter: 12.50 centimetres
Height: 7.50 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- Sir Hans Sloane’s ‘Miscellanea’ catalogue is a bound volume in Central Archives containing seven separate catalogues: ‘Miscellanies’, ‘Antiquities’, ‘Seals’, ‘Pictures’, ‘Mathematical Instruments’, ‘Agate Handles’ and ‘Agate Cups, Bottles, Spoons’. Each contains numbered entries that list and describe objects collected by Sloane between the 1680s and 1750s. Each catalogue begins with object number one.
Text from Sloane Miscellanea catalogue: Miscellanea Antiquities 828 "828. The same lesser. Id."; the same and id referring to Miscellanea Antiquities 819 "819. A Shallow porrenger of red earth glazed wt. a shiny thin black. varnish or crust wt. Etruscan characters on the bottom of it in of it & 2 square handles standing horizontally upon it from Rome by Abbe Sterbini."
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Greek and Roman
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: SLAntiq.828
Sloane Miscellanea Catalogue number: 828 (Antiquities)