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A Hellenistic terracotta Brazier Protome, ca. 3rd - 1st century BCE

GT003-PB

the attachment from a brazier, a pottery container for fire, molded within a rectangular framework and set vertically with the head of a man wearing a Phrygian style helmet, his long full beard extended forward to form support for a vessel.

See reference and similar examples: Hayes, John W., Greek and Greek-Style Painted and Plain Pottery in the Royal Ontario Museum, 1992 ROM, fig. 247 - 250.

Dimensions: Height: 10.8 cm (4 1/4 inches)

Condition: Fragmentary at the back from detachment, the front intact and in very good condition overall.  Museum quality custom mount.

Provenance: Private Maryland collection acquired between 1968-1969.


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