A very rare and highly interesting Neo-Babylonian stone stamp seal, dating to c. 8th.-6th. cent AD.
The seal is in the family of the so-called duck seals but in this case looks more like a dolphins head. Vivid engraving of the stamp it self with an unidentified item with rays and animals above. ...click for details
A very rare Chinese terracotta tomb soldier holding a mongolian style war bow, dating to the Ming dynasty, c. 14th.-16th. cent. AD.
We have handpicked a selection of exceptionally condition glazed and painted figures out of a large Chinese collection. Our figures are of a much better style and detail than most authentic figures on the m ...click for details
A rare and very large Mesopotamian cylinder seal, dating to the Early Dynastic/Akkadian period, c. 2400-2200 B.C.
A huge seal measuring 24 mm. in diameter and 32 mm. in height / length. The thickness makes the imprint very large - a contest scene with gods and animals among which a rearing lion and a bull. ...click for details