A ROMAN BRONZE MIRROR CIRCA 1ST-2ND CENTURY A.D. Composed of two disks hinged together, the interior of each plated for reflection, the exterior with a series of concentric lathe-turned rings, both disks with an arching handle looped on each end through a plate, the plates on one side in the form of female heads with center parted hair
Measurements: 16 cm – Width: 11.5 cm – Height on stand: 19.5 cm – Wi ...click for details
A stunning, well preserved, ancient Roman bronze appliqué "Roundel" in the form of the winged head of Medusa, Roman, c.1st - 2nd Century AD, with well-detailed features and an excellent deep olive patina.
Love’s messenger stands in a relaxed pose with detailed facial features. Finely modeled in a naturalistic way, with childish proportions and chubby features. The figure is in a relaxed posture with the lively movement of the twisted head and body, twin wings with wonderful incised feathers attached to his back. He was probably holding a bow and arrow, now missing.
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