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Two Greco-Roman Terracotta Heads

Lot 0074 Details

Description
Magna Graecia, ca. 3rd-1st century BC. The first, with elaborate headdress, possibly depicting Ceres, the second a satyr. Custom stand.

Collected in the 19th century and from a Northshore, Massachusetts estate.

MEASUREMENTS

Height without stand: 2 inches / 5 cm


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Condition
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Two Greco-Roman Terracotta Heads

Estimate $250 - $750
May 08
Starting Price $120
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0074: Two Greco-Roman Terracotta Heads

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Est. $250 - $750Starting Price $120
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Lot 0074 Details

Description
...
Magna Graecia, ca. 3rd-1st century BC. The first, with elaborate headdress, possibly depicting Ceres, the second a satyr. Custom stand.

Collected in the 19th century and from a Northshore, Massachusetts estate.

MEASUREMENTS

Height without stand: 2 inches / 5 cm


SHIPPING

$20 flat-rate shipping in the continental U.S. (insurance additional). International buyers please contact for estimate. Please note: We subsidize shipping for our valued customers by packing most items in-house, offering flat rate shipping at a fraction of what third party shippers often charge. However, please be aware that we are a small operation and shipping your purchase may take several days. We appreciate your patience.
Condition
...
Very good condition with minor losses.

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