Three Parthian Glazed Pottery Vessels
Clay. Circa 1st/2nd century A.D., 10-1/8 to 9-1/2 inches (25.7 to 24.1 cm)
Comprising a turquoise-glazed amphora with splayed foot, slanting shoulder with encircling flutes, and twin concave handles; a turquoise-glazed jug with straight foot concave underneath, pear-shaped body, double-ribbed handle and stepped everted mouth; and a creamy-white glazed jug with concave base, ovoid body, wide flat handle, and offset flaring mouth.
- Sotheby's New York Sale N07812 (13 Jun 2002), lot 196
- cf. Charleston, Roman Pottery, nos. 44-47
This page last updated 26 Jan 2011