A Roman alabaster trapezophoros terminal
Lot 81*
A Roman alabaster trapezophoros terminal
Sold for £4,750 (US$ 7,983) inc. premium
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A Roman alabaster trapezophoros terminal
Circa 2nd Century A.D.
The table support with a lion head protome, depicted with the jaws open and the teeth bared, the mane curling at the sides, the head surmounted by a square plinth extending from a back pillar, of alabastro a pecorella, 5in (12.6cm) high, mounted

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  • Provenance:
    Property from The Haggin Museum, Stockton, California.
    Acquired by Bruce A. Kamerling from Royal Athena Galleries, New York, June 26, 1994.
    Acquired in London, late 1980s.
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  1. Claudio Corsi
    Specialist - Antiquities
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