Roman Holy Land Candlestick Unguentarium // 2nd - 3rd Century AD
A wonderful Roman candlestick unguentarium, 2nd - 3rd Century AD, a common form of perfume container originating during the 2nd century AD. The vessel is free-blown, the bell-shaped body with indented bottom. The long tubular neck is constricted at base with wide, flattened rim. H: 6.75”. Well-preserved with mottled deposits.
2.0625"L x 2.0625"W x 6.75"H
— Weight: 1.5 oz
— Ex Lecker collection, FL, acquired in the Holy Land in the early 1980's
Accompanied by a hand-signed certificate of authenticity which includes all the details, culture, dating, motifs/inscriptions when applicable, historical relevance, and provenance.
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