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
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.