Directly from Jerusalem - Holy Land, A biblical set of oil lamps (THE EVOLUTION OF ANCIENT OIL LAMPS IN THE HOLY LAND) starting from the Early Bronze Age, 3100 BC till the Byzantine period oil lamps, 600 AD.
Early Bronze Age terracotta with four wicks, dated from, 3000 - 2100 BC Measurements: Length:12.5 cm - Height: 4 cm- Condition: Intact
Roman Samaritan highly decorated terracotta oil lamp with a knob handle and two large palm branches on the shoulders rfered to the PALM SUNDAY. Dated from, 200 - 300 AD Measurements: Length: 8.5 cm - Width: 5.5 cm. Condition: Intact. ...click for details
From Jerusalem, Roman pale blue glass "Flask" bottle, also called a 'Candlestick Unguentarium'. Blown; rim reworked. Squat globular body, rim outsplayed, with irregular downward slope, folded up and in; tall narrow cylindrical neck, with constriction at bottom.
Directly from the Holy land JERUSALEM, Roman glass jar. Exceptional clear glass, hard to find. Indented base with rest of pontil. a globular body, rim upright, with rounded lip. a short neck which is funnel-shaped.