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$80.00
New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., Just under 5/8" diameter. Amber glass with slightly flattened sides. Very light surface texture and a few small old chips or flakes. Together with another large glass Egyptian earring of the same period. Broken and with irides... (read more)
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New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., 7/16"" diameter (just under 1/2"), stone or shell. Surface encrusted as it was likely removed form a mummy.... (read more)
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New Kingdom. 1539-1292 B.C., 5/8" diameter, skillfully made from gray stone in circular section with small opening to be pinched over the ear lobe. Excellent.... (read more)
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Egyptian Whorl
$60.00
9/16" diameter. Bun form with raised lip. Fine patina and preservation. Used to weight a thin wood spindle to which raw wool or cotton was attached and hand spun into thread.... (read more)
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Ancient Egyptian Whorl
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9/16" diameter. Bun form with raised lip. Blue stained bone with concentric circle decoration. Flake to the underside. Used to weight a thin wood spindle to which raw wool or cotton was attached and hand spun into thread. ... (read more)
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Ancient Egyptian Whorl
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5/8" diameter. Bun shaped bone with fine patina. Used to weight a thin wood spindle to which raw wool or cotton was attached and hand spun into thread. ... (read more)
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Ancient Egyptian Whorl
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Bone, 5/8" diameter, bun form, decorated with concentric circle pattern. Used to weight a thin wood spindle to which raw wool or cotton was attached and hand spun into thread. Fine patina over small edge flake.... (read more)
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HARPATHIAN CULTURE INDUS VALLEY POT
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2600-1900 BC. 7 1/4" diameter with large flared rim and large double grips. Red slip decoration on reddish buff. The bottom and lip with broad bands. Foliate flourish above, each side. Broken and professionally restored as are the majority of larger examp... (read more)
Byzantine Flask
$415.00
5th-8th century AD. 3 1/8" height. Heavy construction of oval form with the suspension loops merely indicated in relief but not pierced. The front with bust representation of the crucified Christ with ribs delineated. A cross above his head. Reverse with ... (read more)
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PERSIAN  BUFF TERRA COTTA CUP C.2000 B.C.
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Tepe Giyan, excavated 1926-30. 3 1/2" diameter of slightly taller proportions. The body with thin reddish slip outside. Brown slip decoration of annular bands, hatching and graceful fin shapes. These last also decorate a jar in the Smithsonian (S1998.21) ... (read more)
PERSIAN  BUFF TERRA COTTA CUP
$485.00
Tepe Giyan, C.2000 B.C., 3 7/8" diameter Brown slip decorated terra cotta. Annular rings to the shoulder and lip with characteristic addorsed angled hatching. Very Rare. Ex. Phillips, London, 1985.... (read more)
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PERSIAN BUFF TERRA COTTA CUP C.2000 B.C.
$475.00
From Tepe Giyan, the burial mound in northwest Persia near Nahavand excavated 1926-30. This vessel purchased at Phillips, London in 1985. 3 5/8" diameter of characteristic form with angled shoulder and concave profile neck. Brown slip decorated terra cott... (read more)
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EGYPTIAN USHABTI BURIAL FIGURE
$335.00
1075-664 BC. Green fiance, 3 1/2" height. The figure wearing a desert hood, detailed face, with hands drawn to the abdomen. Small glaze chip at the foot, otherwise retaining its glossy green glaze – usually degraded from desert burial. Ushabti were intern... (read more)
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Blown glass of bulbous form with thickened edge flared rim. 4 1/4" height. Surface with white adhesion from burial which readily removes with a finger nail, mixed with iridescence. Large, well-formed, and good bright color.... (read more)
$225.00
India, 320-550 AD. Red terracotta. Height 5 3/4” plus the base. The torso of a male deity with protruding belly and wreath form necklace. Fragmentary, evidently deliberately desecrated. Fine character. On walnut pedestal mount. The gupta dynasty dominated... (read more)
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Bronze vessel for metal smelting. 2 1/2" height, pointed bottom bag form with pair of pierced ears for gripping at the top. One side with a hole melted through which rendered it useless and discarded. Heavy green encrustation.... (read more)
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Persian, Luristan C.800-700 BC. 2 3/4" overall, wheel form with cylindrical hub and concentric circle decoration to the rim. Integral strap mount. Excellent preservation with fine patina over expected wear from use.... (read more)
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3 1/2" width with finely sculpted full relief figure of a naked boy riding a swan with his hand at its throat. The swan figures in Greek mythology and later roman, centered about the story of Leda, who is raped by Zeus in the form of the swan. Related sto... (read more)
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Wheel turned brown terracotta. Bulbous body with flared lip. 2 1/16" diameter. The edge with a small chip and short crack as found and stabilized in the field by an Egyptian laborer by binding with split palm. That repair intact and a fascinating insight ... (read more)
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5 3/4" height. Wheel turned with flat foot and truncated turnip form lower body. The upper in a uniform taper or inverted cone. Sound with mottled surface, some encrustation from burial and single chip to the lip from antiquity. Ex: Christies London, Oct.... (read more)
$210.00
Late Dynastic, 716-30 BC. 4 1/4" length in crouching posture with the head drawn back on its long neck and flared tail (end chipped). The back inlet for attachment of wings or perhaps to a larger object such as a sarcophagus lid. The attachment peg intact... (read more)
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Late Dynastic, C.664-343 BC. 3 3/8" height, modeled with the crook and flail and wearing the Atef crown. Good detail and patina. The top of the crown lacking. The figure broken at the knees.... (read more)
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Plaster or faience, 3" height. Modeled after the gessoed wood masks but in miniature and made with no provision for attachment. The surface well modeled with rounded cheeks, delicate nose with the nostrils delineated, expressive lips and crisply outlined... (read more)
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3rd-4th century AD. Good medium blue color. Large example. 7 1/8" height with rounded bottom bulbous body, tapered neck and thickened edge flared lip. Sound and undamaged. Some calcification inside and scattered iridescence outside. Middle of the neck wit... (read more)
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31 3/4" length, deep rounded back and flat face with rounded edges. Both ends sharply curved in the characteristic style. See the examples in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, variously published including page.9, by Helmet Nickel, armorer at the Met at tha... (read more)
$650.00
Time of Christ, 1st-3rd century AD. Major proportions and undamaged. 11 high, red/brown wheel turned with turnip form body, long neck and rolled edge dished spout. Large, slightly flared foot. The bottom with penciled find notes. A few tiny flaws as made.... (read more)
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17th-18th century, south Indian. Bronze, 1 1/2 height with stepped edge square base. Integral standing figure of almost cartoon like character holding a cobra with hood spread and an offering in his other hand . A votive lamp at his feet.. Surface worn fo... (read more)
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6 terra cotta precolumbian fragments including four heads and two partial torsos C.400 BC-1400AD. Damages, but the heads quite good and suitable; for mounting. Average height about 1 1/2. Ex: Dublin Museum of Science and Art. Six pieces.... (read more)
$65.00
Roman Period, C.100-400 AD. 1" dia., domed form, incised with abstract devices formed by concentric circles. Hair line check. Flake and small void from the natural bone to the underside. Fine patina... (read more)
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$95.00
Roman Period, C.100-400 AD. 1" dia., high domed form, incised in three symbols, perhaps based on hieroglyphics, and circular devices. Hair line check otherwise fine... (read more)
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