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A silver Cup, Pre-Achaemenid, perhaps Urartu, circa 7th/6th Century B.C.

A silver Cup, Pre-Achaemenid, perhaps Urartu, circa 7th/6th Century B.C.

Achaemenid Gilded silver Bowl With Incised Garlands                                                                                                                                                        Culture :                  Greek                                              Period : late 4th-early 3rd century B.C. (ca. 300 B.C.)

Achaemenid Gilded silver Bowl With Incised Garlands Culture : Greek Period : late 4th-early 3rd century B.C. (ca. 300 B.C.)

A rare stemmed glass Goblet.  Persia or Syria, 10th - 13th Centuries

A rare stemmed glass Goblet. Persia or Syria, 10th - 13th Centuries

Fatimid rock crystal flask, Egypt, 10th-12th century the body cut as a hexagonal prism with faceted cylindrical neck 4cm. height.

Fatimid rock crystal flask, Egypt, 10th-12th century the body cut as a hexagonal prism with faceted cylindrical neck 4cm. height.

Silver Engraved Vase. Early Dynastic Period/1st Dynasty of Lagash. ca. 2400 BCE. Tello (Ancient Girsu), Iraq.

Silver Engraved Vase. Early Dynastic Period/1st Dynasty of Lagash. ca. 2400 BCE. Tello (Ancient Girsu), Iraq.

Rare Ancient Roman Iridescent Glass Flask 5th century AD

Rare Ancient Roman Iridescent Glass Flask 5th century AD

Cowhide knapsack strengthened with strips of wood, and with a wooden stick to make emptying of the sack easier.  Height 90cm. Hallstatt period, 10th/9th cent. BC. Finding place: Salt mine Hallstatt,

Cowhide knapsack strengthened with strips of wood, and with a wooden stick to make emptying of the sack easier. Height 90cm. Hallstatt period, 10th/9th cent. BC. Finding place: Salt mine Hallstatt,

.A Roman pale amber glass flask. Circa 1st Century A.D..

.A Roman pale amber glass flask. Circa 1st Century A.D..

Tiffany glass bowl 1900

Tiffany glass bowl 1900

Holy Land, Roman period, c. 1st Century AD. Beautiful blue-green glass "tear vial".

Holy Land, Roman period, c. 1st Century AD. Beautiful blue-green glass "tear vial".

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