We are pleased to present this very attractive ancient Egyptian Coptic textile fragment depicting a face inside a medallion. Circa, 800 AD
It is very rare for ancient textiles to survive in the archaeological record because fabrics decompose easily. Many Coptic textiles have survived because they were preserved in the dry desert tombs of Egypt. The large number of Coptic textiles located in museums and collections thro ...click for details
Aweidah Gallery is pleased to present this extremely rare museum quality ancient Roman terracotta oil lamp with 5 multiple wick holes with soot marks. The Oil lamp is highly decorated with three large decorated columns and two large plam date branches in between. A clear ZIGZAG design can be clearly seen on the shoulder and a beautiful looped handle, dots inside circal around the filling hole.
We are very pleased to offer this extremely rare style ancient Roman clay heighly decorated clay oil lamp known as "BEIT NATIF". The oil lamp is nicely decorated with geometric deign all around the shoulders with a lovely Peacock tail in high relief on the nozzle with soot marks. Unique looped handle. Beit Natif oil lamps rarely come with a looped handle like the one we have!