Relics of the Nile is thrilled to present this incredible Greek Gnathian Pelike. This artifact is nicely formed with bulbous body and two intact handles that connect to the neck. The body features floral designs around a central dove figure. The pelike remains intact with typical deposits which do not detract from this beautiful piece. The Pelike measures 6.25" tall. Greece - 4th century B.C.
Relics of the Nile is pleased to present this splendid Gnathian Greek kylix. This is an excellent example that features the standard grape design on the sides with a floral in the center. The highlight is the beautifully formed pair of delicately formed handles. The kylix remains in choice condition with only professional repair to the base and one handle and no overpaint. The kylix measures 6.25" acoss the handles with collection label still attached on the bottom. Greece - 4th century... Click for details
Offered here is an outstanding Greek Apulian Kylix. The kylix has a splendid body form with beautiful intact handles that curl slighly upward at the tips. The feature of this piece is the nice band of grapevines that surrounds the piece on both the inside and the outside. In addition, this kylix features Medusas' stamp, which adds even more value and beauty to this piece. There is little wear to this piece and it remains fully intact and without restoration. The pitcher dates to the 4th... Click for details
Relics of the Nile is pleased to present this ancient Greek terracotta figure of a Boeotian maiden (possible Aphrodite) from the Classical Period. She stands on a rectangular plinth with her left hand on her stomach and her right hand resting on what is possibly the edge of a piece of furniture or the top of a large jug. She wears a garment that ancient Greek women at the height of the Classical period wore with a nicely styled beaded necklace and flowing hair. The facial features are very... Click for details
This piece is a East Greek silver ladle that is of "Achaemenid" artistic style, otherwise known as the Persian Empire. This piece was likely made by a Greek artist, and this piece dates circa 6th-5th century B.C. This piece is a superb example and is complete, with no repair and/or breaks. This piece has a beautiful light gray patina, and has not been over cleaned, as there are several minute spotty black surface deposits. This piece was hammered into the shape seen here, and it has a... Click for details
This extremely rare Greek glass Canosan plate dates from the Hellenistic period, circa 4th-3rd century BC. This piece was likely made in Canosa, Apulia, that is in southern Italy, and is a circular cosmetic plate. The vessel is approximately 6.25 inches in diameter by .8 inches high, and is in mint condition with no stress cracks and/or chips. This piece is surprisingly heavy for its size as well, as this piece was cast in a two-piece mold and was then smoothed by grinding and polishing. ... Click for details