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Lustrous and Mint Quality Greek Attic Black-glazed Squat Lekythos
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1242856

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery


This attractive piece is a Greek Attic black-glazed lekythos that dates circa mid 5th century B.C. This piece is in mint condition, with no repair/restoration, and is approximately 3.25 inches high by 3.25 inches in diameter. This piece is near gem quality, as the lustrous deep black glaze is nearly flawless, and the surface of this piece has an even deep black color with a thin multi-colored iridescent patina. This piece also has a beautiful esoteric design, with a gadrooned body with a... Click for details

Superb & Intact Greek Iron Javelin Spearpoint and Butt Spike
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1230562

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery


This piece is an extremely rare Greek iron spearpoint that also has its accompanying butt-spike. This piece dates to the Hellenistic period, circa 4th century B.C., and is intact in superb condition. The condition is remarkable, given the fact that this weapon is made from iron and not bronze. The metal is compact with very little flaking, and is in very stable and solid condition, as this complete piece has an hardened earthen over glaze and is in its natural "as found" condition. There are... Click for details

Attractive & Intact Greek Bronze Anthemion Applique with Lovely Patina
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1230491

Apolonia Ancient Art
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This attractive piece is a Greek bronze applique that dates circa 3rd-2nd century B.C. This piece is approximately 3.6 inches high by 3.7 inches wide, and is a complete example. This piece is composed of two overlapping palmette fronds which are seen emerging from a central raised bowl. There is a spiral tendril, seen below the raised bowl, which each extend to each side of the decorative raised bowl. This piece was likely part of a bronze vessel such as a hydria, or possibly a oinochoe, and... Click for details

Superb Quality Greek Silver Thasos Tetradrachm with Muscular Herakles
Greek : Helenistic Pre AD 1000: item #1226221

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery


This Thasos silver tetradrachm coin is mint state (FDC) to superb quality grade (EF+/EF+), and dates circa 2nd-1st century B.C. This superb graded piece is approximately 34 mm wide, and weighs 17.1 gms. This attractive piece is well centered and shows on the obverse (Obv.) a young bust of Dionysus, wreathed with grape leaves and bunches. The reverse (Rev.) shows a very muscular nude standing Herakles, holding a club in his right hand, and over his left arm, a cloak made from the skin of the... Click for details

Rare & Mint Quality Greek Attic Black-Glazed Oinochoe Ceramic
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1224341

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery


This lustrous piece is a Greek black-glazed oinochoe that dates circa early 4th century B.C., and is approximately 5.8 inches high. This scarce to rare piece is intact, has no restoration/repair, and is superb to mint quality condition. This piece has a long neck, a trefoil beaked spout, a cylindrical strap handle, and a sharp carination at the juncture of the cylindrical body and the long neck. This appealing piece has a lustrous deep black glaze that has a multi-colored iridescent patina.... Click for details

Hellenistic Pottery Rattle, found in Holy Land
Greek Pre AD 1000: item #1223909

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811


Pottery Rattle, Hellenistic Period ca. 330 - 63 BCE, found in the Holy Land. Cylindrical shape with flaring ends with pottery ball bearing inside for rattle. 3 1/2" long and in excellent condition. Among the first gifts that a child received were games and small objects that were hung from the neck as amulets. Rattles (shakers), crotala (platages), piggy-banks in the shape of a pig, etc were all included in these first games.

Cypriot Pottery Bichrome Trefoil Oinoche
Greek : Attic Pre AD 1000: item #1223627

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811


Cypriot, Cypro-Archaic I Trefoil Zoomorphic Oinochoe, ca. 750 - 600 BCE. Small wine jug with ring around neck and circular eyes painted on either side of trefoil mouth. Intact and in excellent condition. 4 3/4" high. According to the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History, a stele found at Kition reports the submission of the Cypriot kings to Assyria in 709 B.C. Under Assyrian domination, the kingdoms of Cyprus flourished and Cypriot kings enjoyed some independence as long as they regularly paid... Click for details

Sold Separately, Silver Tetradrachm Coins of Greek Goddess Athena
Greek Pre AD 1000: item #1223373

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811

$3,000 EACH 

Sold Separately: Three Fine Pendant Coins Greek, Athens, Attica. Late Period, 449 - 404 BCE. Three Fine Silver Tetradrachm of goddess Athena found in the Holy Land. Obverse: crested head of Athena wearing full armor and golden Attic helmet. Reverse: Owl standing right; olive sprig and crescent behind, and initials "ATH". Encased in contemporary 18K gold pendent and in excellent condition. Approximately 1" Diameter. In ancient Greece the transition from didrachms to tetradrachms occurred during... Click for details

Tetrobol of Akanthos, Greek Silver Coin Pendant
Greek Pre AD 1000: item #1223357

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811


Ancient Silver Tetrobol of Akanthos, Greek, Classical Period, ca. 430 - 390 BCE. Mint: Akanthos, Macedonia. Diameter: 15 mm, weight: 3.38 gm silver. 13.8 gr. 18K Contemporary Gold. Catalogue: Brett, Greek Coins (MFA) Obverse: Forepart of a bull, kneeling to left on foreleg, head 3/4 view, border of dots> Inscription in Greek, above is A = Alpha, Reverse: Forepart square incuse with smooth surfaces. Akanthos was founded by 7th century BCE (the archaeology suggests 655 BCE) by colonists from... Click for details

Small Apulian Pottery Kantharos
Greek : South Italic Pre AD 1000: item #1208510

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811


Small Apulian Pottery Kantharos, circa 4th Century BCE. Wide mouth and high twin stap handles. Decorated with black bands and four foliate motifs on shoulder. Sits on flared black foot. 4 1/2" high. Professional restoration to rim and handles but in excellent condition. Ex: Christie's South Kensington. Apulia is one of the richest archaeological regions in Italy. It was first settled by Illyric peoples, the best-known of whom were the Messapii. Mycenaean Greeks then colonized the area. In the... Click for details

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