Circular outline. Circular, concave discus with filling hole center right, figural relief, narrow, rounded framing ring, and small airhole at front bottom over framing ring. Relief shows Eros or Nike(?) standing frontal but twisted back to left playing diaulos. Wide, steeply sloping shoulder has oblique leaves and large stamped double circles flanking nozzle with volutes (missing).
Fabric: 5YR 8/4, pink. Slip: 7.5YR 3/2, dark brown. Fine, somewhat hard fabric with very rare, very small, subangular, black and white (calcitic?) inclusions and very rare, small flecks of golden mica. Thick, mottled, semilustrous slip with slightly metallic sheen detached in large flakes on rim and extends inside. Fingerprints visible around shoulder.
One large fragment preserves two thirds of discus, one quarter of shoulder, and base of nozzle. Slight, sparse abrasion.
“KL1989-011 (Early Roman Asia Minor Lamp).” In Kenchreai Archaeological Archive, edited by J.L. Rife and S. Heath. The American Excavations at Kenchreai, 2013-2019. <http://kenchreai.org/kcp/kl1989-011>