All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #880989
Directly from Jerusalem, an ancient Roman "Beit Natif" heighly decorated clay oil lamp, dated from, 400 A.D.

Beit Natif oil lamps:
These lamps are named after the site of Beit Natif in the southern part of the Judaea, where a workshop was found during excavations of two cisterns. They were imitated throughout the province. The lamps are usually small and some have red slip. These lamps have a bow-shaped nozzle, which has a narrow ridge around its edge...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Roman : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #880972
Directly from Jerusalem, ancient Roman rare style mould made clay heighly decorated clay oil lamp known as "BEIT NATIF". the oil lamp is nicely decorated with 8 pine fruit "Cones" all around the shoudlers, dated from, 400 A.D.

Beit Natif oil lamps: These lamps are named after the site of Beit Natif in the southern part of the Judaea, where a workshop was found during excavations of two cisterns. They were imitated throughout the province. The lamps are usually small and some have red slip...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Near Eastern : Ceramics : Pre AD 1000 item #880866
Aweidah Gallery is pleased to offer this ancient museum quality Sumerian beads necklace, dating from 2200 - 1800 BC

Length: 45 cm

Sumerians valued jewelry as a sign of status and wealth. Among the many achievements of the Sumerians was their craftsmanship in the production of jewelry. The people of this area adorned themselves with jewelry of all kinds. They used a variety of materials for necklaces including semi-precious stones...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Near Eastern : Ceramics : Pre AD 1000 item #880854
Aweidah Gallery is pleased to offer this ancient museum quality Sumerian beads necklace, dating from 2200 - 1800 BC

Length: 43 cm

Sumerians valued jewelry as a sign of status and wealth. Among the many achievements of the Sumerians was their craftsmanship in the production of jewelry. The people of this area adorned themselves with jewelry of all kinds. They used a variety of materials for necklaces including semi-precious stones...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Holy Land : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #879642 (stock #m1098)
Ifergan Collection
Price on Request
IRON AGE II “Israelite” HIGHLY BURNISHED POTTERY WINE PITCHER, 900-700 BC;
MEASUREMENTS: High: 5 cm - Width: 10 cm;
CONDITION: Minor chip at the rim otherwise intact as found;
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Greek : Pottery : Pre AD 1000 item #879601 (stock #m1120)
Ifergan Collection
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HELLENISTIC PAINTED POTTERY BOWL, 330-100 BC, with a ring base;
MEASUREMENTS: High: 7,5 cm - Diameter: 16 cm;
CONDITION: Very Good Condition;
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Holy Land : Bronze : Pre AD 1000 item #879380
Priceless Past
$395.00
This is a fantastic example of an early bronze dagger blade with handle rivets still present and intact. This type was common to large areas of the Middle East from present day Greece across to Iran. It has a triangular blade with prominent midrib and a very short, flat tang. The patina is a gorgeous mixture of greens and browns with a hint of blue. This is a truly rare opportunity to acquire an excellent piece at a reasonable price. Don't miss it!!!!
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879375
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$249.00
This is an interesting copper alloy dagger. It has a triangular blade with a prominent midrib and a short, flat tang. The patina is an unusual light gray color and there are some brown encrustation on the surface of both sides. It measures roughly 24 cm in length and weighs 111 grams. This type of dagger is typically very early (before 1500 BC).
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879371
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$595.00
This is a wonderful example of an ancient bronze spear from ancient Greece or Persia. It has a beautiful, leaf-shaped blade with a strong central rib. The tang is rectangular with a 90 degree bend at the end that is finished with a perfect round knob. The patina is a mix of light greens and browns. This is a near perfect example of an unusual weapon type. The length is roughly 25 cm and the weight is 92 grams. It is solid and stable and is in excellent condition.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879359
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$229.00
This is a very early copper alloy dagger from the Middle East. It has a flat, triangular blade with a short, flat tang. The features are common to very early cultures in the middle East (prior to 1500 BC). The overall weight is 98 grams and the length is roughly 20 cm. The edges are still quite sharp on this wonderful antiquity. The price is right too!
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879355
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$449.00
This is an amazing bronze dagger from the ancient middle East - probably Northern Iran. It has a very heavy, wide blade with a prominent midrib. The tang is a typical, square, rat-tail style. The patina is a mix of light green and brown typical to pieces from that region. The piece is solid and stable and is in excellent condition overall. The weight is 303 grams and the length is almost 23 cm. Don't miss this great opportunity!!!!
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879351
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$249.00
This piece is a nice example of a rat-tail dagger from the ancient middle East. It has a subtle, wide midrib and flattened blade. The tang is rectangular. There is no damage or repair to the piece and it is in overall excellent condition. The weight of the piece is 132 grams and the length is roughly 23 cm. This is a great opportunity to acquire a quality antiquity at a reasonable price.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Near Eastern : Metalwork : Pre AD 1000 item #879338
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$199.00
This is a very interesting bronze, socketed spear from ancient Greece or Persia. It has a slightly swollen midrib accented with incised lines. The socket is split at the original seam and there are some losses. The blade has what appears to be ancient battle damage, making this quite a unique piece for any collection. The overall length is roughly 18 cm and the weight is 130 grams.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879332
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$495.00
This is an extremely rare type of ancient bronze weapon from the Mediterranean region. It has a blunt tip blade with a very prominent midrib that is nearly a cm thick!. The shaft is cylindrical but the tang is hammered square. The overall length is over 25 cm and the weight is 156 grams. This is a truly rare piece at a great price for any collection.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Near Eastern : Metalwork : Pre AD 1000 item #879326
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$249.00
This is a very early specimen of a bronze dagger or spear from the ancient middle East. It is solid and stable with only minor losses. It has a plain blade and tang typical of the earliest pieces from the region. It weighs 162 grams and measures roughly 20 cm in length. This is a great piece to start off your collection or to pick up a very early type at a reasonable price.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879324
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$249.00
This is a fine example of a bronze spear from the ancient middle East dating to circa 1500 BC or earlier. It is solid and stable with no repair or restoration. The patina is an attractive mixture of greens and blues. The overall weight is 161 grams and the length is roughly 28 cm. This is a great piece for study or to start your ancient weapon collection.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879311
This is a copper alloy or bronze dagger or spear from the ancient middle east, probably 1500 BC or earlier. It is a common type with flattened tang and heavy central rib. It has a lovely green and blue patina. The tang appears to have fractured at a perforation. There is a very slight bend to the blade as well. The overall weight of the piece 94 grams. It measures roughly 24 cm in length. This is an excellent piece for study or to start your ancient weapon collection.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Pre AD 1000 item #879291
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$695.00
This is an interesting bronze spear head from ancient Persia. It is similar to items attributed to the Luristan culture ca 1200 BC. This is a heavy and robust weapon with no signs of damage, repair or restoration. It has a square shaft, rectangular "tail" and leaf-shaped blade. This piece weighs 281 grams and measures roughly 31 cm. This is an excellent specimen for any ancient weapons collection.