A lovely painted red-ware pottery jar
Nindowari culture, Indus Valley, c 2300-2000 BC
The exterior of the body with painted decoration in brown and red pigments, comprising a central register of felines, with bands of linear and geometric designs below and around rim.
Some surface wear is evident; otherwise the vessel is fully intact.
height 14.5 cm / maximum diameter 15 cm
An Indus Valley painted buff ware cup with geometric design in brown pigment.
Nal phase, circa 3300-3000 B.C. Mehrgarh culture, Indus Valley
Intact, with minor surface loss and earth accretions evident.
Height: 90 mm / Diameter: 150 mm
A group of ten pottery zebu bull figurines.
Indus Valley, ca late 3rd to early 2nd millennium B.C.
Some minor loss on all examples; otherwise intact and with earth accretions evident.
Similar in type to figurines found at Mohenjo Daro.
maximum height 6.5 cm / maximum length: 9.5 cm