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Jul 06

An Attic black-figure amphora (Type B)Attributed to Group E, circa 540 B.C.Side A with Herakles in combat with the Nemean lion, the hero depicted nude, Athena standing to the left wearing a high-crest

A BLACK POTTERY AMPHORA WITH APPLIED BRONZE BOSSES, HAN DYNASTYChina, 202 BC to 220 AD. With waisted, incised neck and everted, pinched mouth emanating two bold wide strap handles joining the ovoid, t

China, Qing Dynasty, 18th Century A superb carving in a very fine variety of jade, carved in low relief and of archaistic style. It presents on rounded body exalted by the elaborate zoomorphic handles

With reticulated top, and applied extended-wing dragon spitting coins. Watercolor decorated body with cream glaze dragon. RSTK mark, Amphora Oval mark, impressed "699-41" "1153". Illustrated in Monste

Ancient Greece, Athens, Early Attic, ca. 6th century BCE. A very large and incredibly fine black-figure neck amphora of an exceptionally elegant, classic form - both sides expertly painted with mesmer

Crown mark, Amphora Oval mark, Oval Austria mark, impressed "668-41". 21" high. Similar examples are illustrated in Monsters and Maidens: Collectors Edition, Vreeland, p. 361 and The House of Amphora,

Apulian-Type Red Figure Amphora , black ground with a single male or female figure on each side, h. 18 in., d. 10 in., note: visible wear, loss IMPORTANT: All purchases must be removed from our

Artemis Gallery

Jan 18, 2017

Magna Graecia, Southern Italy, Apulia, Virginia Exhibition Painter, ca. 330 to 300 BCE. A masterful Apulian red-figure amphora attributed to A.D. Trendall’s Virginia Exhibition Painter, the vase of

Artemis Gallery

Oct 11, 2018

Ancient Greece, Athens, Early Attic, ca. 530 to 520 BCE. A very large and incredibly fine black-figure neck amphora of an exceptionally elegant, classic form - both sides expertly painted with mesmeri


Nov 25, 2017

Russian paired vases in amphora style.Est. USD: 21400 - 41700;Russia, 1820-ies. Malachite, bronze, casting, embossing, gilding. Height with handles: 44 cm; height without handle: 39 cm.

Applied Dragon is decorated in blue, green, reddish brown and gold glazes wrapped around a cream glazed body with natural crazing. Amphora Oval mark, RSTK mark, impressed ”4105 - 52”. 18" high. Si

Lauren Auctions

Jun 22, 2019

Chinese Jiaqing porcelain amphora vase. Potted in a globular lower body, tapered gracefully toward straight tall neck leading to a slightly incurved rim, raised on a circle splayed foot base. Two iron

Ancient Greek Red Figure Amphora Vase, depicting two scenes, one on each side- a skin clad man chasing a woman and two men trading? skins on the other, 17 1/4"T, assembled out of a number of broken pi

Vase with one applied winged bat flying and tail twisting around. Raised Amphora circular mark with remnants of paper Amphora label still present. This is a very rare example. Illustrated in Monsters


Jul 06

A large Etruscan ribbon-handled bucchero amphoraCirca 570-540 B.C.The ovoid body decorated with raised bands at the belly and beneath the shoulder, with incised half-fan motifs between and above, an i


Jan 11, 2014

A Greek/Attic Red Figure Earthenware Amphora,possibly 3rd-4th century, with wide neck, loop handles, and baluster body, with red figure decoration of goddesses and bacchic satyr children.Height 19 x d

Classical Greece, Mycenae, ca. 14th century BCE. This jar is an unusually large and rare example of a Mycenaean amphora. It is made from terracotta and decorated with classic Mycenaean banded lines an

Late 6th-5th century BC. An Attic black-figure neck-amphora with triple-reeded handles, everted echinus lip and torus foot; to the neck, palmette-lotus chain with twisted links and glazed line above a

Porcelain with reddish to green glaze China, Kangxi period (1662-1722) The glazed base with double-ring mark Delicate amphora shapeSlender neck and trumpet-shaped mouth Expressive colors of the glaze

An extremely rare example of this intricately decorated vase. High fired glazes on a porcelain body with applied jeweled portrait, jeweled spider, webbing and gold gilt. Remnants of RSTK mark, impress

Cottone Auctions

Oct 03, 2020

Pair of Meissen Porcelain Cobalt Blue Ground Enameled VasesLate 19th century. With blue crossed swords mark and incised model No. Designed by E. A. Leuteritz. Of amphora form, decorated en grisaille w

A matching pair of 19th century Alhambra pottery luster glazed vases or urns, decorated in the hispano moresque style both sitting on iron stands.Measures: The urns, 24 inches tallDomestic Shipping: P


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