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A very nice and appealing Roman bulbous single handled terracotta jug. SOLD
A very nice and appealing Roman bulbous single handled terracotta jug. SOLD
A very nice and appealing Roman bulbous single handled terracotta jug. SOLD A very nice and appealing Roman bulbous single handled terracotta jug. SOLD A very nice and appealing Roman bulbous single handled terracotta jug. SOLD A very nice and appealing Roman bulbous single handled terracotta jug. SOLD
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c.2nd Century A.D. A very nice and appealing Roman bulbous single handled buff terracotta jug, originally excavated in Syria in the 1950's and from a West Country private collection. Possibly once used for pouring oils or sauces. A very nicely shaped jug with a flat base, bulbous body tapering at neck and widening again to form a thick rim. Small single strap handle from shoulder to neck. Tiny knock to one edge of rim otherwise totally complete and in very nice and robust condition, a pleasant and appealing Roman vessel, 97mm tall x 100m at widest.


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