Asian bronze sword with an open mouthed dragon head on the handle, with traces of gold gilding. 400-200 BC
Luristan bronze, baby’s cuff bracelet with a snake head at each end. Traces of green patina.
Ancient Iran, 1200-800 BC
Luristan, bronze ceremonial bowl with a decorative outer border in Repousse. Depicts three pairs of grazing gazelles. Dark patina. 1200-800 BC
Asian, bronze mirror with a raised design of dragons, a horse and mythological animals. An insect in the center with a hole for stringing. 1300s AD
Sadigh Gallery's Ancient Greco Roman Bronze Medical Instruments Collection. Including forceps, bone drills, scalpels, hooks and more. Follow this link to see our entire collection http://www.sadighgallery.com/greco_roman.html
Just like today, physicians in the Classical World had access to a variety of intricate medical & surgical instruments that were designed to aid them in their treatment of the sick and injured. The Greco-Roman Age covers the period when the Romans ruled the Greek World. Greek medicine and surgery grew up side by side, as partners and medicine continued to develop under the Romans who had gained much of their medical knowledge from the Greeks; so much so that Julius Caesar gave Roman citizenship to all free-born Greek physicians practicing in Rome. Read more about Greco Roman medicine by following this link http://sadighgallery.wordpress.com/2012/06/28/ancient-greco-roman-medical-surgical-instruments/
Ancient Asian. Bronze sword with two columns of four animals on the handle’s surface. Two stylized dragons facing each other at the top of the handle. The middle of the blade depicts ten animals on both sides.
Featuring artifacts available at Sadigh Gallery Ancient Art, Inc. To see more information regarding these artifacts, visit www.sadighgallery.com