Directly from Jerusalem, Holy Land, an extremely rare Roman Herodian clay oil lamp with four nozzles. A well-defined rim ledge around the shoulders, four holes in front of the nozzles and a central tower terminating to a ring handle for suspension. Dated from, 37 BC – 70 AD
A real master piece which will make a major addition to the finest oil lamp collection… ...click for details
Ancient pottery wheel-made oil lamp with a plain body, wider at the lower part and narrower at the upper, flat flaring rim and a flat base, after the reservoir was made on the wheel, a hand-formed nozzle was stuck on. Loop handle higher than the rim. The clay is reddish- brown
A very attractive and exquisite ancient Phoenician massive pottery wine transport shipwreck amphora with two handles, pointed base, wide mouth with a short rim. The amphora enjoys a great looking patina of shells and sea encrustation
You are considering a very attractive ancient “Canaanite” Middle Bronze Age highly decorated gray pottery perfume jar with two fine engraved bands of fine decoration representing olive branches all around the shoulder, dating to the approximately 1730-1550 BC "Time of Abraham"
The jar is nicely made with nipple base, ovoid body, thin neck, flaring rim and double strap handle. ...click for details