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Vase

  • Date:

    100-200 AD

  • Credit Line:

    Formerly in Leven Collection. Transferred from the Museum of Practical Geology, Jeremy St. Collection.

  • Museum number:

    1939-1901

  • Gallery location:

    In Storage

Physical description

Pear-shaped body, with small base and wide mouth. The upper part is decorated with slip decoration in relief and "engine turned" ornament, there ase two hound pursuing a hare, between two rows of dots. It is unevenly covered in black and red glaze.

Date

100-200 AD

Dimensions

Height: 13.9 cm, Diameter: 12 cm

Descriptive line

White earthenware body, with relief slip decoration, covered with an uneven black and red glaze.

Production Note

Found at Cologne

Materials

Earthenware; Glaze; Slip

Techniques

Engine-turned; Technique

Collection

Ceramics Collection

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