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Face: Diam.: 2.4 cm (1 in.); Shank: Diam.: 2 cm (3/4 in.); H.: 1.7 cm (11/16 in.)
Gift of Emily Crane Chadbourne
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Louise Berge and Karen Alexander. “Ancient Gold Work and Jewelry from Chicago Collections.” The Ancient World Vol. 11, nos. 1 and 2 (1985), pp. 17, 29 (cat. 108), pl. VIII.
Karen B. Alexander, “From Plaster to Stone: Ancient Art at the Art Institute of Chicago,” in Karen Manchester, Recasting the Past: Collecting and Presenting Antiquities at the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago; New Haven: Yale University Press, 2012), p.38.
Art Institute of Chicago, Of Gods and Glamour: The Mary and Michael Jaharis Galleries of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Art, Gallery 151, November 11, 2012 - present.
Emily Crane Chadbourne (1871- 1964), Paris, London, and Chicago; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1934.
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