Directly from Jerusalem, you are considering a very attractive ancient Biblical Roman "Herodian" reddish pottery set (Wine amphora & a drinking bowl" the amphora is nicely made in a globular body with two looped handle on the shoulders and a cylindrical neck and a rim folded outwards for pouring
Directly from Jerusalem, an ancient Biblical Roman Herodian "Jerusalem style" painted clay oil lamp. Two incised lines and two concentric circles on nozzle. High Ridge "Rim" around shoulders and around filling hole. The lamp has pigment of black paint!
A VERY RARE AND IT WOULD MAKE A CENTER PIECE "SPECIMEN" TO THE FINEST OIL LAMP COLLECTION
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You are considering a very attractive and rare ancient Roman "Samaritan" highly decorated pottery oil lamp depicting a large star of david design on the shoulder with a loop handle and 4 fine ridges around the body and two on the sides of the nozzle. Nozzle with burning marks "Soot"
Ancient biblical Roman Herodian LARGE "Double size" black clay oil lamp with a loop handle "Known as the Jerusalem style oil lamp". Two circles above the burning hole two concentric circles on the nozzle, rim around filling hole
Dated from, 37 BC - 70 AD
"Time of Jesus and King Herod the great" ...click for details
Aweidah Gallery is pleased to offer this EXTREMELY RARE- ancient LARGE biblical black pottery oil lamp with four nozzles. A large filling-hole, whose rim is formed as a ledge with a ridge. The handle is a wide strip with two lengthwise grooves forming three raised mouldings, the nozzles are elongated with an almost straight end and finely scraped sides. Impressed circles and rows of other impressions ornament the nozzles. ...click for details
Directly from Jerusalem-Holy land, Rare and historically important- Roman Jewish decorated oil lamp known as DAROM "Southern type" oil lamp, dated from, 70 - 150 A.D.
Darom oil lamps in one of the most interesting groups of lamps in the exhibit is the type called "Darom", refering to its manufacture area. The area designated in rabbinic sources as "Darom"(Mishnah, Shivi'ith", and Daroma(Tosefta, Sanhedrin) included the southern part of the province of Huda ...click for details
You are considering a very attractive ancient Roman pottery wine storage amphora. The graceful body is highly decorated with circular lines decoration all around the entire body and nicely painted in white paint (Net painting design)