~ 9th-8th century BCE
Spouted bowl; body and spout hammered from sheet. Handle opposite the spout, cast separately using the "lost wax" process, in the form of an dragon/animal; secured to the vessel with round-headed rivets.
P. R. S. Moorey, 'Catalogue of the Ancient Persian Bronzes in the Ashmolean Museum', Oxford 1971, pp. 266, fig. 22 on p. 265, pl. 80, cat. no. 506
Austrian collection, acquired at the European art market.