Lot 114

FOUR ROMAN BRONZE ANIMAL HEADS Circa 3rd – 4th Century A.D. and later Including the upraised head of a panther, with a rounded muzzle and small pointed ears, 3cm high; a griffin with a curved neck and characteristic hooked beak and forward pointing ears, 3.5cm high; the head of a horse or hippocamp, with a slightly open mouth and a large mane with incised decoration to indicate hairs, 4cm high; and a zoomorphic head with a short snout and open mouth, mounted on a circular plaque, 2.9cm long, (4) Provenance: Private collection N.S., Germany, acquired in the 1960s – 70s.

Estimate: £300-£500