Ancient Egyptian bust of a lioness rather than a cat. Probably represents Sakmet wife of Ptah, 26th dynasty about 1000 B.C. Small old collection sticker on back of base. About 6 1/2 inches on a 1/2 inch base.
10-th 11th century Seljuk bronze Islamic "Kaskul" begging bowl. Original chains and hanging hook appear to be iron. Decorated with 3 bulls heads (reattached rivets). Large dents in base and very small crack in one side. Top opening is about 5 inches in diameter.
Indus Valley terra cotta pottery temple offering of an Asian Zebu Bull figure. (found in the Indus valley region in the Afghanistan-Pakistan area) Circa 1800-2000 B.C. Minor restoration. Height 2 5/8, length 3 3/4.
Indus valley terra cotta bowl decorated with fish design. Circa 1800-2000 B.C. (Indus Valley is located in the Afghanistan-Pakistan region). No mark. No restoration. Height 3 1/2 inches, diameter 6 1/8 inches.