Huge red ware amphora, Cyprus, dating to middle bronzeage, 2000-1500 BC. The vessel was made as a attempt in pottery to emulate the popular and much more expensive metal vessels of the above period.
This storage amphora is extremely attractive done in beautyful red-ware. Undecorated withly made with two large handles and a round body.
Danish neolithic battle axe, Single Grave period, c. 2800-2400 BC.
This axe is Danish National Museum surplus sold from the collection in the 50ties. Everything sharp and perfect, but very slightly assymethric.
Size/Weight: Compact 12,5 cm X 5,5 cm (4,86x2,14 inches.) 400 grams