Senatus Consulto sells neolithic axe, spear, cylinder seal, scarab, tools, ceramic
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$550.00
A very early European Jewish bronze oil lamp, likely German and made in the renaissance or early baroque period, 16th. century or earlier.

In Jewish communities, such lamps were also used for rituals—the kindling of lights in the home to inaugurate Sabbaths and festivals, and for havdalah. Havdalah—literally, “separation”—is the ceremony that marks the conclusion of Sabbath and holy days, that is, their separation from the workday week...
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$585.00
Finely engraved lidded vessel on a high stemmed foot likely for holding incense. We think it's from the 16th. century, and it's guaranteed at least early Baroque, 17th. century.

Size: 19 cm. by 16 cm.

Condition: Intact with some wear and tear and wonderful old patina.

Ex. Danish Private Collection
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$575.00
FINE EARLY EUROPEAN CANDLESTICK IN BRONZE, FRANCE CA. 1670.

The stick finely made with a terrific original patina, never harschly cleaned.

Size: ca. 18 cm. high and 14 cm. wide
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$395.00
HEAVY SPANISH BRONZE MORTAR WITH HIGH RELIEF DESIGN, DATING TO THE LATER 16TH. CENTURY.

Beautifully hand cast with a deeply moulded design of classical portraits enface in relief around the body intersected by ribs.

The mortar is ca. 11,5 cm. wide and weighing app. 1,5 kilograms.

Provenance: Large Danish Private Collection
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$350.00
EXCEPTIONAL BRASS AND COBBER BUCKET, LIKELY FOR A FIREPLACE WITH OUTSTANDING HARMMERED DECORATIONS, 19TH. CENTURY.

The finest of this type of bucket we've ever seen, likely made for a mansion. The bucket completely decorated with finely detailed decoration, a pastoral landscape and the Dutch Coat of Arms with Heraldic lions. The bucket with heavy animal paws as feet and lionhead-handles in either side.

Size: 35 cm. high and ca. 32 cm wide...
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A SUPERB MASSIVE BELL METAL MORTAR WITH CORROSPONDING PESTLE, DATED 1727

The mortar measuring an anstonishing 17 cm. in height and is 14,5 cm. wide at the rim. The corrosponding pestle measure 24,7 cm.

A very accomplished mortar in the very early 18th. century baroque style, almost tropet shaped with fine concenthric decorations and square handled along with a raised base. In the bottom an inscription, where the date 1727 is clearly visible...
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$995.00
AN FINE HEAVY BRONZE MORTAR FRENCH, LYON STYLE, LATE 16TH CENTURY.

The upper rim decorated with repeating rosettes, the body with vertical ribs and rosettes; a very sharp strong composition and a warm medium brown patina and lighter high points.

Size: 137 mm. wide, c. 85 mm. high and impressive 1,7 kilograms heavy!

Ex. Egeskov antique and from a large castle collection.
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A rarer North-European bronze tripod cauldron, dating to the 16th. century or earlier.

This cauldron is unusual, due to it's fine execution and larger size - 27 cm. from handle to handle and more than 16 cm. in height. The cauldron is standing on three legs with lower part shaped as stylized animal paws.

An early example of North European / Danish kitchen ware from the renaissance and baroque period...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : European Medieval : Pre AD 1000 item #1239774
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$350.00
An extremely rare and attractive silver filigree boat-shaped pendant, Vikings of Gotland, c. 10th.-11th. century AD.

All genuine Viking silver items are rare, so is this elaborate silver pendant, once around the neck of a Viking warrior or a warriors wife.

The pendant is larger measuring c. 26 mm. in length.

A finely crafted pendant with filigree work, shaped as a boat and guilded...
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$195.00
A rare and very large piece of opwork fitting for furniture or a cart, dating to the Medieval period and possibly Islamic, pre 1400s!

We believe the ironwork is either Islamic or European. It depicts a bearded man standing on a fallen foe, lying on the ground.

Highly interesting and possibly very rare and expensive piece! Looks a bit like the earliest fittings for chests in the medieval period.

Size: It's mounted to a board that measures 28-29 cm. x 20-21 cm...