A Western Asiatic dish cast from bronze featuring a slightly concave base, enriched with two concentric circles which dips at the centre. The carinated sides flare outwards towards the curved rim. The interior of the dish has been embellished with incised geometric motifs. Two friezes curve around the centre, the first displays double ovolos with small circles above each dip. The second frieze exhibits alternating scalloped motifs and triangles with cross-hatching. Green encrustation is visible to the surface. The dish is mounted on a custom-made stand.
Date: Circa 3rd-2nd century BC