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Lot 0037
Naqada II Period, 3500-3200 BC. A breccia stone vessel in the shape of a bird with drilled eyes, cylindrical hole in the back with flat rim; two pierced lug handles to the side. See Aston, B.G., Ancient Egyptian Stone Vessels. Materials and Forms, Heidelberg, 1994 for discussion; for a similar example see: The British Museum, accession number EA 35306. 502 grams, 14.5cm (5 3/4"). From an important central London collection; previously acquired before 1990. [A video of this item is available to view on TimeLine Auctions website.]

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Fine condition.

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Egyptian Carved Breccia Bird Vessel

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