Lot 101

SIX TERRACOTTA OIL LAMPS Circa 1st – 4th Century A.D. Including a discus lamp decorated with a rearing figure of Pegasus and stamped with the makers mark ‘IVCCEI’ on the base, 10.2cm long; a discus lamp with a depiction of Ganymede riding an eagle, 12.3cm long; a lamp with two fighting gladiators depicted on the discus, 11.5cm long; a double spouted lamp with two horses heads on each side, 12.7cm long; and two Levantine lamps with moulded decoration, 8.7 & 9.9cm long, (6) Provenance: The double spouted lamp ex collection of Deliencourt, collected Arsinoe 1912; English private collection acquired on the London art market in 2005; The other five lamps, English private collection acquired on the London art market.

Estimate: £400-£600