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Auction archive: Lot number 144

A miscellaneous group of antiquities and later items

Estimate
£0
Price realised:
£900
ca. US$1,159
Auction archive: Lot number 144

A miscellaneous group of antiquities and later items

Estimate
£0
Price realised:
£900
ca. US$1,159
Beschreibung:

A miscellaneous group of antiquities and later items, including a handled vessel with worn glaze, the shoulder decorated with two facing panthers flanking a central swan, two worn images of animals on the neck, the lower body decorated with banding and rows of vertical wavy lines and petals, possibly Corinthian,18.2cm high, lip broken and missing, surface worn; a Roman glass unguentarium with pear-shaped body, 12cm high; a biscuit-coloured flat-bodied pottery pilgrim flask, probably Roman or earlier, 16cm high; a red glazed slender pottery vessel with side loop handle, 13cm high; a buff-pottery miniature Roman 'feeder' vessel with side loop handle and spout, 7.1cm high; a hollow terracotta figure of a draped female, Roman or earlier, 14cm high; a black-glazed kantharos, with high-looped handles, set on a pedestal foot, possibly ancient Etruscan bucchero ware, 13.2cm high, with a red wax seal; two ancient loom weights; a grey ware pottery oil lamp moulded with the head of Bes at the nozzle and two other pottery oil lamps, probably not ancient and a small limestone architectural element, 8cm(13) Provenance: By repute acquired by Sir William Whitfield in Newcastle upon Tyne in the early 1940's This lot is to be sold without reserve

Auction archive: Lot number 144
Auction:
Datum:
5 Mar 2020 - 10 Mar 2020
Auction house:
Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
16-17 Pall Mall
St James’s
London, SW1Y 5LU
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 78398880
Beschreibung:

A miscellaneous group of antiquities and later items, including a handled vessel with worn glaze, the shoulder decorated with two facing panthers flanking a central swan, two worn images of animals on the neck, the lower body decorated with banding and rows of vertical wavy lines and petals, possibly Corinthian,18.2cm high, lip broken and missing, surface worn; a Roman glass unguentarium with pear-shaped body, 12cm high; a biscuit-coloured flat-bodied pottery pilgrim flask, probably Roman or earlier, 16cm high; a red glazed slender pottery vessel with side loop handle, 13cm high; a buff-pottery miniature Roman 'feeder' vessel with side loop handle and spout, 7.1cm high; a hollow terracotta figure of a draped female, Roman or earlier, 14cm high; a black-glazed kantharos, with high-looped handles, set on a pedestal foot, possibly ancient Etruscan bucchero ware, 13.2cm high, with a red wax seal; two ancient loom weights; a grey ware pottery oil lamp moulded with the head of Bes at the nozzle and two other pottery oil lamps, probably not ancient and a small limestone architectural element, 8cm(13) Provenance: By repute acquired by Sir William Whitfield in Newcastle upon Tyne in the early 1940's This lot is to be sold without reserve

Auction archive: Lot number 144
Auction:
Datum:
5 Mar 2020 - 10 Mar 2020
Auction house:
Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions
16-17 Pall Mall
St James’s
London, SW1Y 5LU
United Kingdom
[email protected]
+44 (0)20 78398880
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