A framed group of five Roman medical/cosmetic tools

A framed group of five Roman medical/cosmetic tools

Code: 2304

£295.00
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Description: A group of five bronze medical/cosmetic tools attractively mounted in a glass-fronted wooden frame. The tools include a round-bowl spoon, two double-ended probes, a corroded spatula and a long pin. The tools with a dark green patina and some minor corrosion and encrustation, but overall condition good. The wooden frame with some minor scratches. An attached label suggests the tools were found in Israel.

Size: The tools measure from 97 mm/3.8 ins. to 124 mm/4.9 ins. in length, the frame measuring 285 x 260 mm/11.2 x 10.2 ins.

Culture: Roman

Date:  c. 1st-2nd Century A.D.

Provenance: Ex Cheshire private collection.