TWO BACTRIAN STONE CHALICES
Circa Late 3rd-Early 2nd Millennium B.C.
One of calcite with a tall stem and a conical base, the tapering cylindrical bowl with an off-set disk rim; the other of calcite-alabaster with a thin waisted cylindrical stem splaying widely at the conical base, the bowl with slightly flaring walls
10 3/8 in. (26.3 cm) high for the taller (2)