Ancient Roman bronze candalabrum with oil lamp
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Standing on 3 lion claw feet the oillamp is separate and can be taken off. The lamp has a lid on the filling gap in the form of a sea shell and the handle has a terminal in the form of a nudian captive or slave.
|Condition||A break to one of the loops from the handle repaired.Otherwise in perfect condition|
|Dating||Roman Imperial 27 B.C. – 565 A.D.|
|Provenance||Boyd collection before 1940|
|Size||High 33 cm|