12 December 2002
THREE CYPRIOT POTTERY VESSELS
Circa 2000-600 B.C.
Including a Late Cypriot (LC I) white slip ware "milk" bowl, circa 1600-1450 B.C., of shallow hemispherical form with a wish-bone handle, the exterior with black-painted geometric ornament; a Cypro-Archaic I amphora, circa 750-600 B.C., the body with broad and narrow bands in black and red, the shoulders with a geometric pattern, and the neck with a black zig-zag framed by plain red lines; and an Early to Middle Cypriot (EC III-MC II) red-polished ware jug, circa 2000-1800 B.C., globular in form with a cylindrical neck, beaked spout and twisted handle, with incised geometric ornament
9¼ in. (23.5 cm) high for the largest (3)
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This lot is being sold not subject to a reserve.
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