THREE RARE BRONZE IRON AGE VESSELS FROM THE HOLY LAND

THREE RARE BRONZE IRON AGE VESSELS FROM THE HOLY LAND


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Directory: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Holy Land: Bronze: Pre AD 1000: Item # 1276970
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P. O. Box 14646, Jerusalem 9114601, Israel
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AN IRON AGE BRONZE JUGLET

Iron Age II; 7th-6th Century BC

Composed of a piriform body with a small shoulder, a cylindrical neck and a thick rim. A single bifurcated handle is attached from shoulder to rim.

In excellent condition with natural natural marine encrustation present

4.8 x 2.39 inches (12.4 x 6.08 cm)

AN IRON AGE BRONZE BOWL

Iron Age II; 9th-6th Century BC

This simple, yet elegant, bronze vessel with a central depression surrounded by a wide rim.

In very fine condition, as found. Natural marine encrustation present.

Similar examples at the Israel Museum

1.3 x 6.1 inches (3.4 x 15.5 cm)

AN IRON AGE BRONZE DRINKING BOWL

Iron Age II; 9th-6th Century BC

This simple, yet elegant, bronze vessel with a central depression surrounded by a wide rim.

In very fine condition, as found. Natural marine encrustation present.

Similar examples at the Israel Museum

1.44 x 6.1 inches (3.68 x 15.5 cm)

All of these vessels were found together during excavations in Jerusalem. In this context it is most likely that they served as parts of a wine service.

Individually all three of these items are very rare; they are made even more so due to their outstanding archaeological provenance.

Certificate of Authenticity and Export Approval from the Israel Antiquities Authority Included in Price.

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Although we would prefer to sell these three items as a collection we will consider offers for each piece individually. If interested in part of this collection please contact us for further information.