- Museum number
Electrotype of oval gold bowl with a flat base; decorated on the exterior with vertical fluting, with an opposing pair of vertically perforated trumpet lugs attached to each of the narrow sides; engraved herringbone and zigzag decorated immediately below the rim on the exterior, repeated around the foot immediately above the base, with a twelve-petalled rosette with pointed petal tips engraved on the underside of the base set against a background of concentric engraved lines; complete..
- Production date
Diameter: 2.60 - 4.70 centimetres (base)
Diameter: 0.20 centimetres (perforations)
Height: 4.50 centimetres
Length: 13.10 centimetres
Thickness: 0.20 centimetres (rim)
Width: 9.20 centimetres (including lugs)
- Curator's comments
Electrotype of a fluted gold bowl from Ur (PG.800). The original, numbered by the excavator as U.10850, is in Philadelphia.
A.Ca numbers 54-58 and 60 [59 may not have been allocated] were added to the series by J E Reade, presumably in the 1990s in preparation for G56/MES1 gallery.
- On display (G56/dc12)
- Exhibition history
Babylonian Room, wall case 8
- Middle East
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Excavation/small finds number: U.10850 (excavation number (of the original))
Miscellaneous number: C.L. (marked on the object)
Other BM number: ACa58