|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Credit Line:||Gift of Mrs. R. Hare Davis, 1950|
The head intact, with green patina; the back partly finished, partly broken off wheresome attachment (not a neck) once was. The serpent's head was thus an ornament, possibly the end of a handle, on some bronze vessel. Mouth open; lower jaw unfinished underneath. Grooved eyes; raised wavy lines on top and sides of head.
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