CLEARANCE | Ancient & Ethnographic Art 2021-07-08 Auction - 370 Price Results - Artemis Gallery in CO
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Egyptian Glazed Faience Ushabti w/ Blue Hue: **First Time At Auction** Ancient Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, 21st to 25th Dynasty, ca. 1070 to 664 BCE. A mold-formed faience ushabti figure standing in mummiform atop an integral plinth. The
0001: Egyptian Glazed Faience Ushabti w/ Blue HueEst. $900-$1,300
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Gorgeous Egyptian Faience Amphoriskos: **First Time At Auction** Ancient Egypt, Third Intermediate to Late Dynastic Period, 21st to 31st Dynasty, ca. 1070 to 332 BCE. A gorgeous faience vessel in the form of an amphoriskos presenting a
0002: Gorgeous Egyptian Faience AmphoriskosEst. $1,000-$1,500
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Egyptian Early Dynastic Glazed Stone Frog: **Originally Listed At $600** Ancient Egypt, Early Dynastic Period, 1st to 2nd Dynasty, ca. 3100 to 2686 BCE. A delightful amphibian, hand-carved from a stone with traces of a light blue glaze. The
0009: Egyptian Early Dynastic Glazed Stone FrogEst. $1,000-$1,500
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Romano-Egyptian Pottery Bes Figure: **First Time At Auction** Egypt, Romano-Egyptian Period, ca. 30 BCE to 2nd century CE. A hollow-molded pottery effigy depicting Bes, the dwarf god associated with protecting the women and children
0012: Romano-Egyptian Pottery Bes FigureEst. $1,000-$1,500Lot Passed
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Egyptian Coptic Woven Textile Fragment: **Originally Listed At $250** Egypt, Coptic culture, ca. 100 to 200 CE. A lovely textile fragment formed from tightly-woven cotton fibers in hues of black, gold, purple, red, green, and cream. The
0015: Egyptian Coptic Woven Textile FragmentEst. $450-$675
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Greek Boeotian Bichrome Idol Figure: **First Time At Auction** Greece, Tanagra, Boeotia, Archaic Period, ca. 6th century BCE. A terracotta figure of what is probably a female worshipper, depicted extending her nub-like arms outwards
0017: Greek Boeotian Bichrome Idol FigureEst. $1,000-$1,500Lot Passed
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Greek Gnathian Polychrome Oinochoe & Guttus: **First Time At Auction** Magna Graecia, Southern Italy, Ignazia, Gnathian Teano Ware, ca. 4th century BCE. An elegant pair of pottery vessels, an oinochoe and a guttus, both enveloped in black
0019: Greek Gnathian Polychrome Oinochoe & GuttusEst. $700-$1,050
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Fine Greek Xenon Pottery Kylix w/ Swan: **First Time At Auction** Magna Graecia, South Italic Colonies, Apulia, ca. 340 to 325 BCE. An attractive kylix presenting a classic form and a beautiful decorative program arrived at via fugitive
0020: Fine Greek Xenon Pottery Kylix w/ SwanEst. $700-$1,050
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Greek Campanian Black Glazed Pottery Olpe: **First Time At Auction** Magna Graecia, South Italic Colonies, Campania, ca. 4th to 3rd century BCE. A wheel-thrown pitcher known as an olpe. The vessel presents a vertically-striated, apple-shaped
0021: Greek Campanian Black Glazed Pottery OlpeEst. $400-$600
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Roman Bronze Ithyphallic Dwarf Figure - Priapus: **First Time At Auction** Rome, Imperial Period, ca. 1st to 3rd century CE. An excellent leaded bronze figure of an ithyphallic dwarf figure, likely the Greco-Roman god Priapus - god of fertility
0024: Roman Bronze Ithyphallic Dwarf Figure - PriapusEst. $1,000-$1,500
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