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Ancient Near Eastern Luristan Bronze Phiale Bowl c.8th

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Lot 0154 Details

Description
Ancient Near Eastern Luristan Bronze Phiale Bowl c.8th century BC. Size 7 1/8 inches diameter x 1 7/8 inches high. Fine Large Ancient Near Eastern Luristan Bronze Phiale bowl, lovely patina. Provenance: From the Estate of Robert Flourance VA USA.
Condition
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Ancient Near Eastern Luristan Bronze Phiale Bowl c.8th

Estimate $200 - $300Aug 16, 2020
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