Rhenish-ware is a type of fine Roman pottery. It was produced in the Rhineland and central Gaul throughout the second and third centuries AD, and much of it was exported.
Roman Rhenish Pottery Jar
A wheel-made Rhenish-ware jar in orange terracotta. The vessel has a wide, circular rim, from which a single handle extends to the middle of the bulbous body. It stands on a short foot, and almost the entire surface is covered by earthy accretions.
Condition: Very Fine condition generally; complete and intact; just a minor irregularity to rim.