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Inscribed Byzantine Bronze Communion Plate - Greek Text

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1492   item# 1243442 (stock# AFORT$@)

Inscribed Byzantine Bronze Communion Plate - Greek Text
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


6995.00 

Byzantium, ca. 5th - 7th century CE. A hammered bronze dish with incised Christian cross design on face, with suns in each quadrant and tree below. Surrounding the rim of this vessel - this holy communion plate - is a beautiful - liturgical - inscription in Greek which reads "Take, eat, this is my body." It would have been used for the bread during communion ceremonies for early Christians. Custom stand. 8-3/4"D.Intact with two minor crack repairs on rim. ...click for details


An Important Etruscan Bust of a Woman

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Greek: Pottery: Pre AD 1000   item# 1241408 (stock# BD22714B)

An Important Etruscan Bust of a Woman
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


$14,995.00 

Italy, Etruria, ca. 3rd century BCE. A haunting terracotta funerary portrait of a woman of significant beauty and grace. Votive objects such as this one are related in their purpose and similar in their style to the heads that often adorned cinerary urns employed by the Etruscans.

Despite the loss at the top of the head, we may presume th ...click for details



A Greek Corinthian Silver Stater- Pegasus and Athena

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Greek: Pre AD 1000   item# 1240570 (stock# BD22414E$)

A Greek Corinthian Silver Stater- Pegasus and Athena
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


$395.00 

Greece, Corinth, ca. 330 - 300 BCE.

Obv: Pegasus flying.

Rev: Head of Athena, quiver symbol behind head. click for details



Roman Marble Foot Fragment "The Greek Foot"

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Roman: Pre 1492   item# 1238862 (stock# AFORT11014H$)

Roman Marble Foot Fragment "The Greek Foot"
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


3995.00 

Rome, ca. 1st - 2nd century CE. A carved marble figure of a foot, likely from a full sized sculpture. Incredibly veristic representation of the arch, muscles, and toes (including the small and purposefully malformed toe). This foot is the idealized form of the foot in Greek Sculpture (also called the Royal Toe or the Morton's Triad) and thus followed through into Roman sculpture. Custom stand. Approximately 5-1/2"L x 3"H. Fragment, but near choice as it is. ...click for details


Hellenistic Silver Feather, Greek Inscription

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Greek: Pre 1492   item# 1238859 (stock# AFORT$)

Hellenistic Silver Feather, Greek Inscription
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


1295.00 

Hellenistic Period, ca. 3rd - 2nd century BCE. A beautifully delicate hand pounded silver feather with inset details of the feather pointing upward from the base to the tip of piece, with long and narrow silver "stem" at base. Below markings is a Greek Inscription. This is truly a stunning piece! 6-1/2"L. Some losses and bends, otherwise excellent.
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Greek Hellenistic Transport Amphora Dressel 1B Type

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1492   item# 1224544 (stock# BD$)

Greek Hellenistic Transport Amphora Dressel 1B Type
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


$4895.00 

Late Hellenistic Transport Amphora, ca. 100 BCE. Dressel 1B type amphora, fine, rare torpedo-shaped terracotta vessel with long cylindrical neck with two elegant side handles, and pointed base. Such amphorae were used throughout antiquity to transport wine, oil, and other precious liquid across the Mediterranean. Beautiful and interesting encrustation throughout. 24-1/2"H. Custom stand. Intact, save loss of very top of lip. ...click for details


A Greek Attic Lekythos

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Greek: Pottery: Pre AD 1000   item# 1212824 (stock# AJL1006)

A Greek Attic Lekythos
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


$1,195.00 

Greece, Pre-Classical / Archaic Period, Ca. 5th century BCE.

A terracotta black figure leykthos decorated with three palmettes across front. Palmettes have incised detail and black sun rays on shoulder. Flared spout, handle, and raised base. 4-1/2"H. Intact. click for details



A Greek Canosan Kore Figure

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre AD 1000   item# 1208542 (stock# BDWK4257)

A Greek Canosan Kore Figure
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


$2,750.00 

Magna Graecia, Canosa, Hellenoise Region, ca. 450 - 380 BCE. A beautiful terracotta molded woman standing in traditional peplos gown, holding a ceremonial chest in her left hand. Her hair is curly and painted red in contrast to the added white pigment on her dress, skin, and pedestal. Her face is especially detailed with an off white color for skin, and very precise added black pigment for her eyes and eyebrows. Back is hollow as this is mold formed. 14-1/2"H Minor repair to back of neck. ...click for details


Greek Canosan Volute Krater

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1492   item# 1208541 (stock# BDWK4256$)

Greek Canosan Volute Krater
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


2995.00 

Canosa, Southern Italy, Ca. 4th Century BCE. A Greek Canosan burial urn slipped in red with added white paint. Volute Krater stands on a high pedestal and has two handles that extend above rim with decorated volutes. Side A depicts a warrior with shield and sword, presumably the person to whom this piece belonged. Added white geometrical objects above and beside the warrior, who is framed in an Ionic naiskos. Side B depicts a floral and astronomical scene with a star in the right corner. Each ...click for details


Greek Terracotta Bust of Dionysus

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1492   item# 1208535 (stock# BDWK4260($))

Greek Terracotta Bust of Dionysus
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


2495.00 (SOLD) 

Greece, Ca. 4th - 3rd Century BCE. Terracotta statuette of Dionysos reclining on a dinner couch. The god is depicted with a long beard, crown of grapes, and hand on stomach. Terracotta slipped in white. 10-3/8"H. Intact, but part of larger piece. Custom stand.

Provenance: Ex-Private New York Collection. ...click for details



Greek Canosan Figural Funerary Vessel

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre AD 1000   item# 1208522 (stock# AFARM2007($))

Greek Canosan Figural Funerary Vessel
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


4995.00 

Magna Graecia, Southern Italy, Canosa, ca. 4th Century BCE. Mold-formed, white-slipped terracotta funerary figure of a woman and goddess. Base of the vessel features a woman's head with hat adorned with spools, classical hair, and earrings, flanked by two tall branches. Above her stands a goddes with crown, peplos draped around hips and naked chest. A large handle extends high above the piece in a loop. Hollow interior. 17"H Stable stress crack on back of head, two repaired cracks on ba ...click for details


Large Greek Bronze Basin

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre 1492   item# 1208520 (stock# AFARM2017($))

Large Greek Bronze Basin
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


2495.00  

Greece, Ca. 5th Century BCE. A hammered bronze basin formed of one piece of bronze, with two small handles and one large bull handle with ring. Basin has a circular tripod base and bowl body. A beautiful green patina has formed on the bronze. 10"D x 3-3/4"H. One handle missing, small pin holes in side.

Provenance: Ex-J. Farme ...click for details



Greek Attic Black Figure Kylix - Owl Eyes

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Greek: Pottery: Pre 1492   item# 1208517 (stock# AFORT)

Greek Attic Black Figure Kylix - Owl Eyes
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


 

Greece, Athens, ca. Late 6th-5th Century BCE. Beautiful done in black figure technique, with Bacchic narrative along sides. Wide cup stands on a platform with tall and narrow stem, with two thin handles on either side of cup. Interior of cup is black with single red circle with dancing satyr figure in red paint, with incised detail. Circling around the outside of the kylix is a satyr scene with owl eyes on either side. White paint is added to the owl eyes. 10-1/4"W x 3-1/2"H. Repaired ...click for details


Greek Apulian Red-Figure Skyphos

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Greek: Pottery: Pre 1492   item# 1208509 (stock# AHOT2001$)

Greek Apulian Red-Figure Skyphos
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


6995.00 

Magna Graecia, Apulia, ca. 5th - 4th Century BCE. A very fine and large example of the Greek skyphos vessel. Well composed of thick terracotta, slipped in black with red figures. Done in the school of the Attic painters, this vessel depicts two scenes Side A has two men, one holding an idol, the other appears to be tossing a stone. Side B depicts two men, one holding a strigile, the other wrapped in a tunic. Beneath handles are traditional palmette designs. 6"H x 11"W. Repaired fro ...click for details


A Greek Hellenistic Female Figure

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Greek: Sculpture: Pre AD 1000   item# 1202683 (stock# BD4269A)

A Greek Hellenistic Female Figure
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Artemis Gallery Ancient World Art
(720) 890-7700


SOLD $495.00 

Greece, Hellenistic Period, ca. 3rd - 1st Century BCE.
A wonderful terracotta mold made woman wearing traditional gowns, holding cape over shoulder. Subtle smile on face. Red terracotta was once slipped in white, of which some pigment remains. 4-1/2"H. Intact with surface wear.
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