Seller: lepanese (1,037) 100%, Location: New York, New York, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 123894861561 Roman terracotta wine flask, 1st century AD.Molded in the form of the head of Dionysus, the god of wine wearing a beard fashioned of grapes, his hair bound in a fillet and crowned with vines leaves, the vessel mouth projecting from the top of the head, the remains of the handle preserved in the reverse.Height: 6” (15.2 cm.).PROVENANCE: Purchased from Art Gallery, NYC (Collection of Mr. and Mrs. James DiBella)PUBLISHED at Christie's New York, Antiquities, December 9, 2005, Lot 288. Provenance: with Worldwide Treasure Bureau, Visalia, California, 1996.An exceptional piece for wine collectors! Visit My eBay Store: PHOENICIA HOLYLAND ANTIQUITIES Our policy:· If you have any questions, please ask before you bid or buy. · WE SHIP WORLDWIDE.· Buyer pays shipping and handling.· NY resident must pay 8.375% for sales tax.· It comes with Certificate of Authenticity.· We accept PAYPAL.· We sell ONLY REAL ANCIENT!!· Returns are accepted for authenticity reasons (which you will never have a problem with.).· Returns are accepted within 14 days or receiving the item.