Roman Pottery Fragment With Silver Wash, c.3rd-5th Century A.D.
Roman Pottery Fragment With Silver Wash, c.3rd-5th Century A.D. The darkened pottery fragment, probably a bowl or dish, with a thin layer of silver attached. It is believed this may be due to be remains of a silver washing process of jewellery such as brooches or coins such as Follis. At the longest point 38mm. The piece stable, some rippling and small losses to silver.
Provenance: Clive Smith Collection. Found, c.1970's.
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