Oil Lamp: Williamson Collection3D Model
An oil lamp from the collection of the Williamson Art Gallery & Museum.
The lamp belongs to the Egyptian collection at the Williamson and likely dates to the 4th century BC to the 4th century AD. The shoulder of the lamp is decorated with ivy(?) tendrils in relief and it was probably made using a mould.
A similar example can be found in the British Museum (accession number: 1886,0401.1360).
Accession Number: BIKGM 3537, Williamson Art Gallery & Museum
Photography and Model Credit: Charlotte Sargent
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