Description: A twin-nozzle red-slipped pottery oil lamp with a mask modelled on the discus and the spouts supported by volutes. The handle and part of one side lost, some inoffensive surface wear and some soot deposits around the wick holes, but an inexpensive example.
Size: 101 mm/4 ins. in length
Date: c. 60-100 A.D.
Provenance: From the estate of a deceased East Sussex solicitor.