Bible Lands / Holy Land Antiquities

Ancient pottery from the Bible Lands is definitely an
exclusive collectible.
Each piece comes with a signed Certificate of Authenticity
from a Registered Dealer in Jerusalem


  • All pieces were purchased to be part of my private collection
  • Each piece is very unique and of the highest quality
  • Pieces have been displayed with great care
  • Getting ready to downsize and reducing my collection

 Just holding an ancient piece of
Bible Lands / Holy Land
pottery excites the imagination…
and transports one back to that time!

One wonders, “who held this piece?”

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Exquisite Bible Lands / Holy Land Antiquities


THE FOLLOWING PIECES ARE FROM:
EARLY BRONZE PERIOD – ROMAN PERIOD

#001
Iron Age Jug – Large
Iron Age (David)

Terracotta Jug
BCE 900 – 700 BCE
(Very High Quality)

This is a large eye-catching piece. The patina is still in the original discovered state – it is terracotta. Found in Hebron. The piece measures approximately 11″ tall by 8″ wide.

This is the piece that started my magnificent obsession!

$2,000 includes shipping & insurance

 


#002
Early Bronze Fishmouth
Early Bronze (Abraham)

Fishmouth Dezoire
(Very Rare & Fine)
3100 – 1850 BCE

This beautiful pot is very, very rare… with its distinguished shape and fine condition. Found in Hebron at Bet’omar “House of Princes.” Measures approximately 6″ tall x 7″ wide.

I have been told by dealers that I should never consider selling  this one – at any price.

NOT FOR SALE – but may inquire


#003

Early Bronze Cup
Early Bronze (Abraham)
Painted Clay Jug (Cup)

(Rare)
3100-2900 BCE

This superb cup is an incredible treasure! It is a terracotta cup – delicate, original hand painted, very rare, and very fine condition. Found in Jerusalem. Measures approximately 3″ tall x 4″ wide.

With its age, uniqueness, and beauty…
all I can say is breathtaking!

$1,200 includes shipping & insurance

 


#004
Herodian Cooking Pot
Herodian (Roman)

Terracotta
Cooking Pot
(Rare Bottom)
BCE 63-330 CE

This is a unique and very handsome Roman Terracotta cooking pot. It is a small specialty cooking pot with a rare convex-to-pointed bottom. It has slight clip at the lip. Found in Jerusalem.
Measures approx. 4″ tall x 4 1/2 wide.

I love holding this pot in the hand… feels lovely!

$950 includes shipping & insurance


#005
Hellenistic Baby Feeder
Hellenistic (Greek) Terracotta Juglet

Baby Feeder
(Very Rare)
BCE 330-63 BCE

A truly stunning piece – very rare! Rare in number, shape, and fine condition. Found in Jerusalem. Measures approx. 3 1/2″ tall x 2 1/2 wide.

When I purchased this marvelous piece, the highly experienced dealer remarked that he and others had never seen this shape before. Collectively, they believed it to be a small perfume or oil jar. After my purchase…they discovered that it was a baby feeder!
A very rare find indeed!

NOT FOR SALE…but may inquire


#006
Iron Age Milk Juglet
Iron Age
Terracotta

Juglet (Wine/Milk)
(Rare Fine Finish)
BCE 930-586 BCE

Absolutely charming and beautiful patina! This juglet has a very fine finish and coloration which reflects complete burial – excepting a small area exposed to the air throughout the ages. Found in Hebron at Dearsamet.  Measures approx. 6 1/2″ tall x 5″ wide.

I love the shape, design, and the various
colorations – it is visually striking.

$1,250 includes shipping & insurance

 


#007
Roman Alabaster Inkwell
Early Roman

Alabaster Inkwell
Ancient particles of ink inside
(Very High Quality)
BCE 63-330 CE

A beautiful alabaster inkwell with particles of ink still in it! This piece was found in Jericho. Measures approx. 3 1/2″ tall x 2″ wide.

One can almost sense the owner dipping his writing instrument in it!

SOLD