THREE LURISTAN BRONZE VESSELS
circa early 1st millennium b.c.
Including a chalice with a low flaring foot, the bowl an inverted cone, with a band of embossed spiral knobs below a chased pattern of horizontal and vertical dots, lines, and chevrons, with a narrow ridge above, the cylindrical body flaring to a wide mouth; a small spouted vessel with a flat base, the globular body with a band of guilloche, a chevroned ridge above and below, the short everted rim extending into the tapering channeled spout; and a chalice with a flaring conical foot and narrow neck, the bowl forming an inverted cone, with a band of five chased fish swimming to the right between two narrow ridges
51/8 in. (13 cm) high (3)