$439.99 – Sold Out
Measurements: 7.4 x 7.4 x 2.2 inches
Roman buffware refers to a type of pottery or ceramic ware that was produced in ancient Rome. It is characterized by its distinctive light tan or buff-colored clay body, which is a result of the clay used and the firing techniques employed during the pottery-making process. Roman buffware and redware were some of the most common types of pottery produced in ancient Rome and was used for various purposes, including cooking, storage, and serving food and beverages.
The production and use of Roman pottery was widespread throughout the Roman Empire, and many examples survive today due to its durability.
This item was part of a private collection in Bell Buckle, Tennessee, and was inherited by its most recent owners. Originally, it was acquired in Tunisia in 1969.
All purchases include a Certificate of Authenticity. You will receive the exact item in this photo.
Our original glass and leatherette display boxes showcase your relic above a custom information card, with a design unique to History Hoard.