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.
Fabulous pre columbian stone mortar or beaker, dating to Valvidia culture, 3rd. millenium BC. Exceptionally rare and important!
Large and impressive stone motar or beaker, most possibly of ceremonial use, carved in stone and expertly polished. An artifact that looks a bit like the Persian/Baktrian stone vessels of the 3rd.-2nd. Millen ...click for details
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