A fine Roman green lead-glazed terracotta kylix featuring a convex body, forming a shallow bowl. Two handles have been applied to either side of the vessel and the piece sits upon a ring foot. The interior of the bowl is enriched with four cupids, all presented in in different poses. At the centre, below the feet of all the cupids, is the frontal portrait of Apollo. The scene is framed a band of s-shaped curves incised into the upper neck.
Date: Circa 1st century BC