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Inkstand(?) modelled as a left foot in a sandal; pale red earthenware, covered on the upper surfaces with a translucent glaze. The ankle opening is modelled as the open mouth of a monstrous mask, on the heel there is a smaller mask, above the instep a shield of arms in relief, apparently: per pale: (1) a spread eagle crowned dimidiated, (2) on a bend three wheels(?). Above the toes a hole running through to the sole.
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Height: 11.70 centimetres (max)
Length: 18.20 centimetres
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- Acquisition notes
- Spitzer Sale, lot 661 Paris 17 April - 16 June 1893.
- Britain, Europe and Prehistory
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