Boeotian painted terracotta lekanis. Size: 20 x 6,2 x 8,8 cm Period: 600 - 500 B.C. Provenance: the collection was acquired before 1943, most likely during the interbellum, by the Lochard family, the head of which served the French state as governor of Indo-China.
A life-size Sican funerary gold gilded mask. Mask has belonged ones to a high priest or deceased ruler from the Sican / Lambayeque culture in Norther Peru. Sican masks meant to protect the deceased in the afterlife and was put into the grave on top or around the upper-part of the body. Size: 26,5 x 17,5 cm Period: c. 1000 - 1200 AD Price: On request