c. 4th -6th Century CE
Of Eastern Mediterranean production, this vessel would have originally been used for the containment of eye makeup or ointments. The body is formed of two tubes with applied trailing throughout. Two small handles are applied from the middle of the body to the rim where they connect to a larger basket handle of pale green glass...
Roman Bronze Zebu votive statuette in the Classical style on a platform , the bull having horns a well detailed hump and facial features. The statuette has a calcified surface. Old California collection . Size H 2"D 2"
This is an "Etrusco-Latin" bronze, dating to circa the 3rd century BC, in the form of a siren with a single large clawed foot and wearing a leafy skirt with stippled jewelry, the wings and hair stippled and engraved." (As described by Sotheby's New York Antiquities sale, June 23, 1989, lot 437 (part lot - one of three). The bronze stands just under 3-1/4" and is in excellent condition...
First Jewish Revolt (66-70 CE)
Year 2 (67-68 CE)
Obverse: Two-handled amphora with broad rim. Hebrew inscription “Year Two”.
Reverse: Vine leaf on branch. Hebrew inscription “The Freedom on Zion”.
Reference: Hendin, 1360
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Masada was Herod’s royal citadel and later the last outpost of Zealots during the Jewish Revolt...
c. 1st Century CE
Of Eastern Mediterranean manufacture, this vessel is made of green-blue glass and formed into a small bottle with a globular body on a flat base, a cylindrical rim and an everted neck.
In very fine condition with natural patina and some pitting present.
Height: 6.5 cm (2.56 inches)
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c. 3rd-4th Century CE
This elegant juglet is free blown using blue glass which through the blowing process has become almost clear, its true color is evident in the base of the vessel and the handle. The body is ovoid and leads to a slender neck terminating in a trefoil mouth with thickened rim. A handle is applied from shoulder to rim. A pontil mark is present on the slightly flattened base...
Dimensions: 13,5 x 10 x 7,5 cm
Time period: 0 - 300 AD
Condition: Several small damages and the handle appears to be reattached. See pictures.
Description: Decorated and stamped sigilata. The stamp reads: 'A drink to victory'. A very rare item.
Ex. private Dutch collection. Collected before the 1970's.
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Rome Mint; 314-315 CE
Obverse: Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust of Constantine I facing right. IMP CONSTANTINVS P G AVG *
Reverse: Sol, radiate, standing left with outstretched right arm, holding globe in left hand with chlamys draped over his left shoulder. SOLI INV-I-CTO COMITI. R over X in right field. F in left field. RP in exergue.
Coin in fine condition. Set in modern 18K yellow and white gold pendant...
Probably a handle for a chest or a door. In the form of the face of a lion depicted in high relief, holding a ring in the gaping jaws, with protruding tongue, incised whiskers and fur, and radiating mane. Mounted. From an old New Jersey collection. Purchased on the NY art market in the early 1980s.
A lovely figure with fine clasic details Roman, ca. 1st. century AD.
Aprodite is depicted sitting on a rock covered with a robe; she is nude and covering her breasts with both hands. Her legs is folded casually and she wears a elegant headdress with diadem.
Size: 18 cm. tall.
Condition: Superb for type, completely intact and unrepaired with remnants of original pigments and patina.
Ex. Old Private Collection, aquired before 1980.
Nike crowns a victorious gladiator. She stands on a sphere and holds a palm frond in her left hand.
The secutor she crowns waves the sword. His opponent sways with his head bowed and a deep wound on the side. His hand drops the sword. He is fatally injured.
Ex Daniel Fouquet (1850-1914) collection, published as item no. 445, p. 157, pl...
A very beautiful Roman white marple head of a youthful Aristocrate, ca. 1st.-3rd. century AD.
The head with fine hair and facial details, he has a strong determined look of a man in power. Nice Roman style.
Size: 10,5 cm. tall and 7 cm. wide, weighing 700 grams!
Condition: Choice and intact with modern chips to nose and base.
Old Private Collection, aquired before 1980.
c. 2nd-3rd Century A.D.
A pale green glass flask with iridescence. Mold blown using a two part mold to produce the body of the vessel in the form of a chubby child's face with curly hair on either side. An elongated neck and everted rim complete the flask.
In excellent and original condition.
3.89 inches (9.9cm) high
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Rome or Laodicea Mint; c. 198-212 CE
Rome Mint; 211 CE
Obverse: P SEPT GETA PIVS AVG BRIT. Laureate and bearded head of Geta facing right.
Reverse: TR P III COS II P P. Janus standing left, holding sceptre and thunderbolt.
Weight: 3.26 g; Diameter: 19.6 mm
RIC 4a, 79
Rome Mint; 200-202 CE
Obverse: P SEPT GETA CAES PONT. Draped bust of Geta facing right.
Reverse: FELICITAS PVBLICA. Felicitas standing left, ...
Ancient Roman Large Bronze Lion Head Handle Circa 2nd Century AD
Authentic ancient Roman large bronze lion head handle circa 2nd century A.D. Circular in form and cast in high relief, holding a fluted bronze ring within its gaping jaw, teeth bared, the mane rendered in a radiating series of short locks and the face with incised detail.
Pierced with three attachment holes on the perimeter, with remains of the original iron rivets.
DIMENSIONS: High including the ring.19.7 (7...
c. 1st-3rd Century A.D.
A free-blown glass beaker with a tapered body on a small applied foot and a slightly everted rim. Several indentations can be found on the lower part of the vessel with three incised bands above. Extensive iridescence present.
In excellent condition.
Height: 5.79 inches (14.7 cm)
Base Diameter: 1.1 inches (2.8 cm)
Rim Diameter: 3.74 inches (9.5 cm)
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c. 3rd -5th Century CE
Free blown the vessel is composed of a squat, globular body with a long, cylindrical neck terminating in an everted rim. Trailing is applied just below the rim of the vessel and on the neck. A small, loop handle is applied from the upper part of the neck to the lower trailed decoration.
In excellent condition with natural patina present.
Height: 11 cm (4.33 inches)
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Roman bronze figure of Eros, He is holding a bag of some kind under his left arm and his right arm extended out and at one time had something in his hand now just a hole where the piece fit in remains , This piece has a nice dark brown patina and some mineral deposits. The surface has been worn down from years of handling .
According to tradition which was made by Eratosthenes, Eros was principally the patron of male love, while Aphrodite ruled the love between men and women. Meleager records ...