**Originally Listed At $125**
Ancient Near East, Holy Land, Iron Age II, ca. 8th to 5th century BCE. A tall terracotta vessel with a slight concave base, a rotund body with rounded shoulders, a tapered neck with a spool-shaped protrusion, a narrow mouth, flared rim, and a single applied strap handle. The rough-surfaced buffware body has a creamy beige color, and is a stylish example from the Iron-Age Holy Land. Size: 5.25" H (13.3 cm).
Provenance: private Orange County, California, USA collection, acquired before 2000
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