These lovely five-petaled flowers alternate with five stems around a central disc with a hole for attachment.
For a parallel example, see: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, accession number 1991.169.1–.3. Such appliqués in the form of rosettes are known to have been used as decoration on wooden sarcophagi in Tarantum.
Dimensions: Diameter: 2 1/2 inches (6.3 cm)
Condition: Minor flaking to the surface, half the stem points lost, otherwise in good condition. Custom mounted.
Provenance: David F. Hoff, TX (1948 - 2021) private collection and then by descent.