Ancient Roman. 22kt Gold vessel with images of five rulers and raised designs around the body. Weight: 10 ½ ounces. 100 AD
Persian, royal 22kt gold vessel with a linear design, Ibex handles, bubbled rim and a knobbed foot on the bottom. This vessel dates to the time of the great Achaemenid empire of the sixth to fourth centuries BC. (Weight: 6 oz.) 500 BC.
Carved brown limestone container with lid. Surface with 2 lines of hieroglyphics. A loop handle on each side and one on the lid. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC (5 1/2" x 5").
Carved brown limestone container with lid, a line of hieroglyphics and 10 light blue beetles on the surface. Lid with handle. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC (5 " x 3 1/2")
Ancient Chinese. Carved variegated jade horned seated mythical creature, the geometrically incised vessel lays on top its back. Light earthen patina. 1300 AD (3" x 2 3/4")
Green iridescent glass bottle with rolled rim, linear wrap design on neck. Some encrustation. 600-900 AD (7 1/2" x 4 1/2")
Green colored glass jar with four animal faces on each side, two handles on either side of the mouth. Earthen patina. 1300 AD (11 1/2" x 7")1/2"
Stylized double matrimonial terracotta drinking vessel with a male riding a horse on either side, the spouts in the middle. Hand-painted designs. Buff with a light earthen patina. 1200 BC (8 ½" x 7")
Light green glass vessel with two handles, a pedestal base, and linear lines on the surface. Heavy encrustation. 200 AD (8" x 4")
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