Origin: Asia Minor.
Condition: Intact, excellent, mounted on a custom base.
Date: 1st Century BC / AD.
Measurements: 5.5 in. high (14 cm.); 4.5 in. diameter (11.5 cm.)
Provenance: Ex collection of John Klouge. Charlottesville, Virginia, published: J. Eisenberg, Art of the Ancient World, vol. VI pt. 2, 1991, no. 38.
The god of love, his head turned sharply to his left, with round cheeks and double chin, his pupils deeply recessed, his hair a wild mass of curls pulled up into a top-knot, with a few single curls along his forehead; his loose cloak pinned at the shoulders, the folds forming a scalloped V-Shape at his neck.