Greek black glazed ceramic lamp, wheel-made with short rounded
nozzle and round body with central tube. The wide fill-hole is
bordered by concentric ridges, or ‘rillings’, and the base is slightly
raised. c. 4th Century BC
Condition: The nosele chipped, otherwise complete with some loss of
the, otherwise, excellent slip.
Cf. Bailey, A Catalogue of the Lamps in the British Museum, Vol: I.
Greek, Hellenistic, and early Roman Pottery Lamps, pp. 36-9 & Pl. 8,
Q29-37 for the type.