1st-3rd century AD. 9” height, wheel turned, of elegant form with cylindrical neck and bead section trefoil lip. The inverted turnip form body with symmetrical tool pinched motif. The front with rectangular indents and the shoulders with round. While fairly scarce, that style is well known and aids in gripping the vessel. Fine preservation with distinct toning and crisp ring when struck. A major Roman vessel in fine condition, ex: Phillips London, Oct. 1, 1986, #39.