Antique Porcelain, Pottery and Silver from David Pownall Willis David Pownall Willis
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Pre AD 1000 item #410387 (stock #6474)
David Pownall Willis
$2,950.00
Romano-Byzantine Silver "Dropbowl" Spoon, c. 350-550 AD. Highly refined design. An elaborate multiform terminal, ridged decoration. A splendid piece of Roman tableware. Reference: Palladium Auction No. 15, 9-24-1997, page 14, item A73. Roman Artifacts Found in Britain, Page 58. Item pic MI58 & PIC MI59 A & B, Wealth of the Roman World, Gold & Silver, AD 300-700, page 56, #108, plate 178. 7 1/2 inches long.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Pre AD 1000 item #410386 (stock #6475)
David Pownall Willis
$1,850.00
Roman 4th-5th Century Silver "Comma Knife" with offset prong and long twisted handle and comma shaped ends. Rare and attractive. Reference: Palladium Auction No. 15, 9-25-1997, page 14, item A74., Roman Artifacts found in Britain, page 59, item PICM163. Thought to have been used for shellfish. 8 3/4 inches long.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Pre AD 1000 item #410385 (stock #6476)
David Pownall Willis
$650.00
Roman Silver Swan-Handled Spoon, 5th Century, AD. With a curved handle in the shape of a swan's head and neck. Worn through and patched in antiquity. Probably used in a spice box. Reference: Palladium, Auction No. 15, 9-24-1997, page 14, item A75, Wealth of the Roman World, Gold & Silver, AD 300-700, page 124, item 198. A great little piece. Polished on the underside to prove it is silver. A great little piece. 2 5/8 inches.