Terracotta guttus (flask with handle and spout). Late Classical, 4th cent BCE. South Italian, Campanian. The left foot wears a sandal with a thick sole—perhaps that of an actor? The functional features of the object include the strainer at the top, a small spout in the form of a lion's head, and the vertical ring handle. Vases in the form of sandaled feet occur in Greek art at all periods and in all areas.
An English delftware hand warmer, circa 1680-1700 Probably London, modelled in the form of a book, the spine with four horizontal straps in high relief, the boards outlined around the edge in a similar manner and secured by two delicate fasteners, painted in blue on both sides with a formal floral and foliate motif, the spine with simple florets