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A Black-figure Little Master Cup with Inscription Attic, 550-500 B.C. Clay, red and white paint. H. 13.4 cm. Dm. (without handles) 21.2 cm.
A Black-figure Cup with Youth, Hippocampus and Fish Greek, Laconian, 550-520 B.C. Clay, H. 4.5 cm, Dm. 13 cm
A Kohl-vessel in the form of an Ibex Bactrian. 2nd mill. B.C. Black stone with white inclusions. H. 12 cm.
A Small Tureen H. 8.5 cm. Clay. Silesia (Poland), Lusatian Culture, Bronze to Iron Age, ca. 1300-500 B.C.
A Spherical Vessel with Chevron Trailing Roman, 3rd-4th cent. A.D. Pale olive-green glass, H. 6.5 cm. Dm. at mouth 7.1 cm.
A Boeotian Late Geometric Oinochoe Greek, Boeotian, Late Geometric; ca. late 8th century B.C. Clay. H. 34.5.
A Ribbed Bowl H. 3.5 cm, Dm. 11.1 cm. Pale blue glass. Eastern Mediterranean, 1st cent. B.C.-1st cent. A.D.
An Oinochoe with Lion's Head Applique (Gnathia Ware) H. 21.7 cm. Clay, black glaze, red, white and yellow paint. Western Greek, Apulian, Last quarter of 4th cent. B.C.
A Red-Figure Cup with Walking Bull H. 8.2 cm. Dm. 18.2 cm. Clay, black glaze. Attic, Last quarter of 5th cent. B.C.
A One-Handled Jug with Head Attachment 10th-8th cent. B.C. Amlash Light brown clay with red-brown wash. H. 21.4 cm
A Lekanis with Animal Frieze and Boar Dm. (without handles) 26.6 cm. Clay. Italo-Corinthian, late 6th cent.-early 5th cent. B.C.
A Rare Kantharos with Inscription: "Bila Dionysoi" Dm. 9.6 cm. Bronze. Greek, 2nd half of 4th-3rd cent. B.C.
A Red-figure Cup, Attributed to the Painter of Berlin 2268 Dm. 25.8 cm. Clay. Attic, ca. 500-490 B.C.
A Conical-necked Terrine Eastern Central Europe, Bronze to Iron Age Lusatian Culture, ca. 1300-500 B.C. Clay, H. 16.2 cm. Dm. mouth 10.5 cm
A Footed Jar with Eight Handles H. 9.2 cm. Yellowish and aubergine/brownish glass. Roman, Eastern Mediterranean, 3rd-5th cent. A.D.
A Red-figure Neck-amphora with Twisted Handles, Attributed to the Dinos Painter H. 45 cm. Clay. Attic, ca. 430-420 B.C.