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330 - 555 A.D. BYZANTINE BRONZE BOWL
330 - 555 A.D. Byzantine bronze bowl. Heavy with green patina, and mineral deposits, attesting to its age. Incised with geometric patterns in a circular shape in the center of the vessel. One very small hole from wear, otherwise intact. Size: 11"D., 2 1/2"H. From a private New York collection. B.C.A.D. Art Gallery
600 - 800 A.D. MAYAN POISON BOTTLE
600 - 800 A.D. Mayan poison bottle including a disc form bottle decorated in relief on both sides. Depicting a stylized seated figure holding a bowl; wearing a large feathered headdress. Textured ground, highlighted with cinnabar, overall cream ground. A few ancient rim chips and one edge chip, otherwise intact. Size: 2 1/2 inches tall and 1 1/2 wide. Private Southwest collection, acquired between 1989 and 1993. B.C.A.D. Art Gallery
100 B.C. - 250 A.D. FRAGMENTARY TLATILCO BUST
Ca. 100 B.C.-250 A.D. A Tlatilco head and partial bust from a pretty lady, having one breast, bangs and headband. Wooden block base. 2?H. Private California collection, acquired in the 1960s, to present owner by descent. B.C.A.D. Art Gallery
2ND CENTURY A.D. ROMAN UNGUENTARIUM
Ca. 1st - 2nd Century A.D. Glass unguentarium. The vessel has a low pear-shaped body with a tall slender offset neck, flat mouth and folded-over rim, intact. Size: 4"H. From a private NYC collection. Unguentaria were the earliest shape of free-blown glass vessels throughout the Roman Empire. Probably called "ampulla" in antiquity, these all-purpose vessels were the easiest and most practical to make, as they needed very little tooling. Only the flared rim required reheating to achieve its design. These commonly used vessels were thought to carry primarily unguents, but are also believed to have carried scented oils, cosmetics, pigments, salves, medicines and dried herbs. B.C.A.D. Art Gallery
20th Century A.D. Cambodian Stone Carved Head
20th Century A.D. Cambodian stone carved head, approx. 12" Tall. Intact, with stand. From a private Florida collection. B.C.A.D. Art Gallery
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