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COLLECTION OF FIVE INDUS VALLEY VESSELS

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Description
Ca. 2500 BC. Interesting collection of various Indus Valley terracotta vessels of different shapes and sizes, depicting multiple animals and floral motifs. Good Condition;Size: 45-95mm; 1.77-3.74in; 430gr; Provenance: From an old Professional British collection, acquired on the UK art market in the 1970s, All Items sold by Pax Romana Auctions come with professional Certificate of Authenticity.
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COLLECTION OF FIVE INDUS VALLEY VESSELS

Estimate £300 - £400Sep 29, 2019
Starting Price £5
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