Indus valley pottery vessel with figurative mythical beats, vultures and circular motifs in polychrome earth pigments. Minor loss to rim, otherwise intact. Ex East Australian Trading Consolidated Circa 3,000 B.C. Height: 21.0 cm / diameter: 27.0 cm
A very finely carved sandstone sculpture of a celestial dancer. She has a scorpion on her thigh and is bejewelled. Ancient loss evident. Displayed on custom metal stand. Ex East Australian Trading Consolidated Circa 11th to 13th century A.D. Rajasthan, India Height: 37.0 cm / width: 22.0 cm
A large Indus Valley painted buff ware vessel, decorated with a frieze of tethered Zebu bulls between pipal trees, with geometric motifs. Ex East Australian Trading Consolidated. Circa 5260 B.P. Indus Valley. Height: 45.0 cm / diameter: 32.0 cm Minor loss to rim and pigments,otherwise intact; with earth accretions evident. This piece is accompanied by a positive thermoluminescence authenticity report from the University of Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, giving an approximate age of 5260 years B.P. +/- 25%.
A finely carved Western Asiatic grey chlorite vessel, with an echeloned 'fleece' design and with bands above and below rim. Section of loss to rim. Circa 2800-2600 B.C. Western Asia Height: 8.2 cm / Diameter: 15.0 cm
Fine Graeco-Bactrian 20 carat gold ring set with coral bezel, engraved with bull.
Circa 2nd to 1st century B.C. Central Asia
Inner diameter of ring: 20 mm / Length bezel: 15 mm / Height of ring: 34 mm