6 July 2016,
Price realised GBP 7,500
GBP 2,000 - GBP 3,000
AN ANATOLIAN BLACK-WARE POTTERY JAR AND AN IRANIAN SPOUTED VESSEL
CIRCA 3RD-1ST MILLENNIUM B.C.
The jar with four suspension loops at the shoulder, the lower body decorated with waves of incised ribs, circa late 3rd Millennium B.C.; the spouted vessel with burnished grey globular body and beak spout, circa early 1st Millennium B.C.
6 ¾ in. (17.2 cm.) and 7 ¾ in. (19.7 cm.) high respectively
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Rui da Silva
W. Hornbostel, Kunst der Antike - Schätze aus norddeutschem Privatbesitz, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg,
Mainz, 1977, cat. nos 166 & 167.
Private collection, Hamburg, acquired prior to 1977; and thence by descent to the present owner.
Hamburg, Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe, Kunst der Antike: Schätze aus norddeutschem Privatbesitz, 21 January-6 March 1977.
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