Osculatory with horse’s head from Simancas.
Reproduction of an instrument of Roman origin made in lost wax bronze.
Measurements: Length: 19.5 cm. Width: 4 cm. Depth: 1.5 cm.
Reproduction of an osculatory, a Roman instrument for stirring perfumes, decorated with a horse’s head. It is a cylindrical rod with a ring at one end and the figure of a horse’s head at the other. The original was found in archaeological excavations at the necropolis of Simancas (Valladolid) and is on display in the Archaeological Museum of Valladolid.
Decorative elements, archaeological reproductions from Antiquity. Ideal for decoration or as a gift.