A superb Greek pottery jug, Messapian Southern Italy, ca. 350 - 300 BC.
Terracotta bulbous-bodied pouring jug with flat, wide rimmed mouth and high strap handle. Buff ground with painted red-brown bands. Interestingly also a snake-like zig-zag pattern with it's head on either side and body going round the neck. ...click for details
A very large terracotta head mask of a young lady, Magna Grecia, dating 3rd.-1st. cent. BC.
The votive mask looks to be largely complete and undamaged and is very large for this half-hollow type. There's holes for attacments in the sides and it was likely used for funeral purposes. ...click for details
A rare sculptural quality terracotta head of a Phrygian, Magna Grecia, dating 3rd.-1st. cent. BC.
The Phrygians are most famous for their legendary kings of the heroic age of Greek mythology: Gordias whose Gordian Knot would later be untied by Alexander the Great, Midas who turned whatever he touched to gold, and Mygdon who warred with th ...click for details