Moulds

Positive evidence of a large use of moulding techniques is represented at Tapa Sardar by the huge quantity and variety of stamped elements, both architectural and figural: flowers, leaves, jewel-like plaques, scrolls, animal protomes, rock-like elements – assembled in different combinations for the realization of cornices, architectural frames, landscapes – but also parts of figures, figurines, modular elements such as lock of hair and flames and so on. However, only a few specimens of the original moulds survived.

 

Records

  • Record image
    Inv. no.:
    TS 00158
    Measures:
    0,045 x 0,072
  • Record image
    Inv. no.:
    TS 00220
    Measures:
    0,042 x 0,052 x 0,05
  • Record image
    Inv. no.:
    TS 00222
    Measures:
    0,03 x 0,05
  • Record image
    Inv. no.:
    TS 01009
    Measures:
    Length 0,065
  • Record image
    Inv. no.:
    TS 01010
    Measures:
    0,06 x 0,077
  • Record image
    Inv. no.:
    TS 01250
    Measures:
    0,58 x 0,044
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    Inv. no.:
    TS 02000
    Measures:
    0,144 x 0,22 x 0,035 ca.
  • Record image
    Inv. no.:
    TS 02052
    Measures:
    Max 0,048; diam. of mould 0,031

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