A Campanian red-figure bell Krater, attributed to the Danaid Painter, circa 335 B.C. the side a depicting a male acrobat wearing a headband and a short kilt, his body bent backwards into an arch, with ivy leaves in the field side B depicting a swan facing
A large Roman glass Alabastron, circa second-Third century C.E.. of translucent blue glass with semi-encrusted surface, with heavy trailing along the neck, 20 cm high Provenance: ex Graham Geddes collection; ex private collection
Ancient Roman terracotta oil lamp. Pale buff colour with impressed design. Large feeding hole & smaller wick hole. Small lug handle. Certificate of authenticity available & indicates origin as 2nd/3rd century AD & found in a catacomb in Alexandria, Egypt d
A Roman marble bust, possibly 3rd century AD modelled as the upper torso, with drapery to one shoulder and head turned to the right, raised on a later stepped circular marble plinth, the bust 76 cm high, the stand 102 cm high
A Byzantine glazed ceramic plate with sgraffito design, Eastern Mediterranean littoral, Middle Byzantine period, circa 12th century, the interior with an avian motif incised into the slip., 5 cm high, 21 cm diameter. Encrustation suggests the object was re
A Roman marble eagle fragment, circa 2nd - 3rd century A.D., realistically resolved with a hanging device secured to verso, 18 cm high x 14 cm width. Provenance: Acquired by a member of the German diplomatic service in Istanbul, Ankara and Thessaloniki in
An ancient Roman terracotta shipwreck amphora vase, 3rd century B.C., the large mouth, narrow neck with a pair of handles above a swollen belly and a pointed bottom, with natural fossilization, mounted in a contemporary iron stand, 119 cm high
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