Aweidah Gallery is very pleased to offer this unique opportunity for collectors to add this CHOICE extremely rare Roman pottery oil lamp mould to their oil lamp collection. Excellent workmanship, comes with a plasticine impression
This mould was for a decorated oil lamp with a large grape leaf shaped handle. ...click for details
An authentic ancient biblical Maccabean "Hasmonean Dynasty" terracotta oil lamp with burning marks "Soot" at the nozzle.Date: Second to frist Century BC "100 - 200 BC"
Pinched bowl lamps, these lamps are simple, undecorated and continue the form of lamps from the Bronze and Iron Ages, they are made from a small bowl, folded in the middle and pinched to form two holes, one for the wick and ...click for details
Ancient Roman Limestone head of a youth with deeply carved eyes, unruly hair and wearing a ceremonial headdress or modius, dating to approximately 200 AD.
This striking Roman Sculpture bears similarities with work produced in what is now Syria and the Levant. It is likely that he was dedicated as a votive figure in a shrine to a God. This is evidenced by the coarsely worked areas to the back of the head, which are ...click for details