Roman Bronze Cupid
An ancient Roman bronze figure of a winged nude cupid or eros with a suspension loop at the top of the head, probably once part of a wind chime or tintinabulum.
Ca. 1st - 3rd century AD.
The Roman god Cupid (Greek: Eros) was the youthful personification of Love, and was usually depicted alongside Venus (Aphrodite).
Formerly in an Israeli private collection.