Large good condition Danish neolithic offeraxe, dating to the Time of the Great Buriel-mounts, c. 3000 BC.
The axe is larger and unpolished, made in the Danian type of silex, most possibly for ritual or buriel purpose in the middle Neolithic period. A thinbutted type with nice thick greyish brown patination. ...click for details
Impressive patinated Danish neolithic offeraxe, dating to the Time of the Great Buriel-mounts, c. 3200 BC.
The axe is very broad and quite long, of a typical type of large flintaxes, made for ritual or buriel purpose in the early-middle Neolithic period. A thinbutted type with exceptional orange-brown and amber patina, typical for a marsh ...click for details
A rare Islamic iron spear, dating to the medieval period, Seljuk to early Mamluk, c. 13th.-15th. century AD.
A rare and still typical Islamic weapon, very deadly and used in the holy wars. The slender tapering head of triangular cross-section with re-enforced tip for piercing armor, with narrow neck and a folded socket, two small holes ...click for details
A extremely rare and important bronze javelin (large spear for throwing), Luristan Iran, dating to the late 2nd.- early 1st. millenium BC.
Interestingly, this Javelin has a larger and very complicated engraving all around the folded socket. This needs further study and cleaning, but it looks like a sort of structure or a figure. The point ...click for details
A very rare Chinese terracotta tomb soldier, dating to the Ming dynasty, c. 14th.-16th. cent. AD.
We have handpicked a selection of exceptionally condition glaced and painted figures out of a large Chinese collection. Our figures are of a much better style and detail than most authentic figures on the market.
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