Seller: lepanese (969) 100%, Location: New York, New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 371249107594 Details: Roman terracotta oil lamp, 100 BC-100 AD. With a short nozzle and ring handle. The discus framed by a raised concentric ring. Molded with a fanciful erotic scene showing a female and a donkey, the design may be a satirical reference to Cleopatra of Egypt. Bottom engraved with letters (signature of the maker). Length:9.3 cm. Intact. Excellent condition for its age. Unique and extremely Rare. Reference 1: See related scenes: Sex or Symbol Erotic Images of Greece and Rome. by Catherine Johns, lot # 91, page 110. Reference 2: See related pieces in Christie’s New York, June 2004, pages 101-106. Visit My eBay Store: PHOENICIA HOLYLAND ANTIQUITIES Our policy: · If you have any questions, please ask before you bid or buy. · WE SHIP WORLDWIDE. · Buyer pays shipping and handling. · NY resident must pay 8.375% for sales tax. · It comes with Certificate of Authenticity. · We accept PAYPAL. · We sell ONLY REAL ANCIENT!! · Returns are accepted for authenticity reasons (which you will never have a problem with.). · Returns are accepted within 14 days or receiving the item. Buyer pays shipping both ways.