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Etruscan Bronze Lion Head Protome
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1389436
3268


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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$1,500 

Etruscan Bronze Lion Head Protome, ca. 6th Century BCE. The lion head with open jaw and protruding tongue, curly mane, recessed ears. 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" x 1 1/2", on custom stand height is 2 1/2". In excellent condition. Ex: S. Beiner collection. The Etruscan civilization is the modern name given to a powerful and wealthy civilization of ancient Italy in the area corresponding roughly to Tuscany, south of the Arno river, western Umbria and northern and central Lazio. As distinguished by its unique... Click for details

Scarce & Intact Etruscan Black Ware Bucchero Vessel Stand: Ex Piehler
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1389309
1389309


Apolonia Ancient Art
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$875.00 

This scarce piece is an Etruscan Black Ware bucchero vessel stand that dates to the mid 6th century B.C. This piece is approximately 4.8 inches in diameter at the top rim, and is 2.8 inches high. This interesting ceramic also has a deep lustrous black glaze seen over the entire piece, and is known as a "bucchero" type ceramic. This piece has an indented round depression seen at the top, and this likely held a glass vessel, or a vessel such as an aryballos with a rounded bottom. This piece... Click for details

Etruscan Bucchero Ware Bowl
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1367713
3214


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Etruscan Bucchero Ware Vessel, ca 7th - 6th Century BCE. 3 1/8" x 4 1/4" diameter. Small chip on rim as seen in images. Otherwise in excellent condition. Footed Bowl with short stem, slight carination. Gently rounded body with two sets of encircling groves. Ex: Sotheby's New York. According to the book Etruscan Bucchero in the British Museum by Phillip Perkins, Etruscan bucchero is a distinctive type of pottery that was produced in central Italy from the 7th to the 5th centuries BCE. Typically... Click for details

Intact & Rare Etruscan Red-Figure "Genucilia Group Plate": Ex Sothebys
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1356955
1356955


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$1,285.00. 

This interesting piece is an Etruscan red-figure stemmed plate that dates circa 4th century B.C. This piece is approximately 5.45 inches in diameter, by 2.4 inches high. This piece has been classified as being from the "Genucilia Group", and the group name derives from an example that had the Etruscan name "P. Genucilia" inscribed under its stemmed foot. This piece also has been described as a "star plate", as noted by Prof. Mario Del Chiaro in "Etruscan Red-Figure Vase Painting at Caere",... Click for details

Etruscan Pottery Oinochoe
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1353848
3205


Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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7500.00 

Finely decorated Etruscan Pottery Oinochoe, ca. 7th Century BCE. Ovoid body finely incised with a band of scales. Rays above ring foot. 8 3/4" x 6 1/2" x 6 1/2". Professional repair to lip from original piece. Otherwise in excellent condition. Ex: R. Swetits collection, New Jersey. According to the Oxford University Classical Art Research Centre, the term oinochoe (pl. oinochoai; Greek oinos - wine and cheo - I pour) is appropriate to this shape and illustrations of it in use, and appears to... Click for details

Superb & Solid Etruscan Bronze Standing Kouros Figurine: Ex Christie's
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1328301
1328301


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$2,875.00 

This piece is a superb example of an Italic bronze "Kouros" figurine, and is an early Etruscan example that dates to the Archaic Period, circa 6th century B.C. This piece is approximately 3.8 inches high, by .72 inches wide. This complete and intact bronze is in the form of a nude standing male "Kouros", which is a Greek convention of art design that was derived from earlier Egyptian statuary, and was geometric in design, rather than realistic in form. This standing piece is also very... Click for details

Etruscan Bronze Hydria Handle with Lion and Monkey Heads
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1212293
2087


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$4,000 

Etruscan Bronze Hydria Handle with Lion and Monkey heads, ca. 5th - 4th Century BCE. Top of handle in form of stylized lion's head with two monkeys. Palmette adorns the bottom of handle. Greenish overall patina overall. In excellent condition. 5 1/4" high x 4 1/4" wide. Ex: Bonhams & Brooks, Knightbridge.

Etruscan Pottery Head of a Youthful Boy
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1183469
1878


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3500.00 

Molded Etruscan Pottery Head of a Youthful Boy. Magna Graecia, circa 700 BCE. Realistic portrait of a child, rounded face, full cheeks with smile on his lips, incised wavy short hair,chips on nose, side of head, and flake on top, otherwise in good condition, on custom mount, 6" high x 5" wide x 5" deep.On stand height is 8 1/2". Ex: Alex Gordon collection, New York. According to the Metropolitan Museum of Art he Etruscans were an ancient Italic culture linguistically identifiable by about 700... Click for details

Etruscan Miniature Bronze of a Recumbent Lion
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #1129936
1754


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$3,500 

Etruscan Miniature Bronze of a Recumbent Lion, ca 6th - 5th Century BCE. On all fours with front paws outstretched. With pleasing facial features, almond eyes and incised fur, mane, and tail. In excellent condition. Ex: Sotheby's New York. 1 1/2" high x 2 1/2" long. On stand 2" high. According to Mark Cartwright at Ancient History Encyclopedia, the Etruscan civilization flourished in central Italy between the 8th and 3rd century BCE. The culture was renowned in antiquity for its rich mineral... Click for details

Rare Italo-Etruscan Geometric Bronze Long-Necked Horse Pendant
Etruscan Pre AD 1000: item #678982
678982


Apolonia Ancient Art
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$2,365.00 

This extremely rare piece is a bronze geometric horse that was cast in one solid piece. This attractive piece was made during the Geometric Period, circa 8th century B.C., and is approximately 3.1 inches high by 2.8 inches long. This piece is extremely early for the culture, and this can be seen relative to the artistic style with the elongated neck. This piece was probably part of a sacred necklace that may have been votive, and may have been shamanistic in nature. The stylized horse seen... Click for details

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