A Phoenician core-formed (*) miniature glass “oinochoe”, used to contain perfume, in milky white color. The fluted body, with a broad horizontal rim-disk and a rounded knob terminal, is decorated with glass threads and a round handle in a deep purple color. Period: C. 200-100 B.C. Size: height 33mm. Material: Glass
Bronze Achaemenid Persian bull applique. Size: Period: 600 - 500 B.C. Material: Bronze Provenance: German collection 1970's
An extremely rare Phoenician funerary mask, made of thin hammered , high carat gold sheet, fixed onto a roughly woven cloth for strength and depicting a male character with pronounced eyebrows nose and lip and almond shape eyes. Period: circa 6th-4th century B.C. Material: Sheet gold Size: 15,2 x 11,7 cm Weight: 0,44 gr.