Persian jewelry from the 11th century
This is a gold earring from Iran, thought to have been made in the early 11th century. It is 3.5cm and made from gold sheet, wire and granulation. The earring is currently in the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This element is merely a part of a larger necklace, made from gold sheet, wire…
Attributed to the Metope Painter | Terracotta loutrophoros (ceremonial vase for water) | Greek, South Italian, Apulian | Late Classical | The Met
Trendall, Arthur Dale and Alexander Cambitoglou. 1983. First Supplement to the Red-Figured Vases of Apulia. pp. 70–72, pl. 9, London: Institute Of Classical Studies.Trendall, Arthur Dale
Art/Auctions: Antiquities auction at Christie's December 9, 2010
Canosan oinochoe - Lots 127 and 128 are Canosan polychrome pottery acquired in 1977 from a private collection in Switzerland and both from Apulia circa early 3rd Century B.C. Lot 127 is 22 7/8 inches high and it shows a goddess driving a a very lively and colorful quadriga and the tall neck has a molded figure of Eros with blue wings, one broken, and a ribbed handle with a frontal head for the handle-plate.
[Artefact] Pitcher with Scenes from the Trojan War, Roman, A.D. 1-100; silver and gold. Achilles dragging the body of Hector around the walls of Troy. [577X1129]
Post with 623 views. [Artefact] Pitcher with Scenes from the Trojan War, Roman, A.D. 1-100; silver and gold. Achilles dragging the body of Hector around the walls of Troy. [577X1129]