Seal face: 3.16 x 2.96 cm
Height: .68 cm
String Hole: 0.4 cm
Bequest of Lester Wolfe, 1983
Not on view
This seal depitcs a quadruped with an elongated body faceing left. Above the animal are two joined arcs over which may be an inverted horned animal's head. A branching form beneath the quadruped may represent vegetation.
Formerly collection of Lester Wolfe, New York (until d. 1983); from 1968, on loan to the Museum by Lester Wolfe (L.68.169.15); acquired by the Museum in 1983, bequest of Lester Wolfe.
Annual Report of the Trustees of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 114 (Jul. 1, 1983 - Jun. 30, 1984), p. 19.