A Roman terracotta oil lamp, the discus decorated with a depiction of a cherub holding victory wreath standing, holding cornucopiae in left arm and purse in his right hand. Suspension loop to rear. Standing on a slightly raised base ring.

Circa 4th-5th AD.


NB. Not supplied with stand.


Complete and intact.

Very Fine condition.

Length 11.8 cms (4.6 ins).


Provenance: Found Turkey. From the collection of Arno Jumpertz, Leverkusen, Germany, 1924-1984 with his collection card. Much of the collection was exhibited at Neus museum, 1985. Cf. Vindonissa V; Leibundgut XXXVII

Provenanced Roman lamp

SKU: H461
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