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Roman Bronze Face Shaver, 1st - 4th Century AD
  width:    5.3 cm at widest point
  length: 19.6 cm (7 3/4 inches)

The consensus is that this piece is an early Roman face-shaver.  This thin bronze piece is fully intact and has a nice dark green patina with only minor dirt encrustations.  Take a look at the larger images and decide for yourself its original use. 

$175.00

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Roman Bone Medical Spoon, 1st - 4th Century AD
  length:    10.4 cm
  width:       1.9 cm
  Thickness: 0.7 cm

Beautiful specimen of early Roman medical spoon made from carved bone.  Fully intact.  I really like this piece as it appears very delicate.

$115.00

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Roman Jug, ca AD 100-200
  width:   6.2 cm (at widest point)
  height:  9.8 cm (almost 4 inches)

This nice single handled terracotta jug is fully intact, with no cracks, chips repairs or restorations.  Overall soil adhesions are present.  A fine addition to your collection.

$85.00
$70.00

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Roman Jug, ca AD 100-200
  width:   3.8 cm (at widest point)
  height:  7.0 cm (2 3/4 inches)

This lovely amphora-style mini-jug is fully intact with only minor dings at the mouth. Another cute and inexpensive piece to add to your collection.

$45.00

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Roman Jug, ca AD 100-300
  width:   3.8 cm (at widest point)
  height:  7.0 cm (2 3/4 inches)

Another quite footed mini-jug is in pretty good shape but with a bit of damage on the side and at the nozzle.  Its distinguishing feature is the archaeologist's catalog number inscribed in the base.  Another cute and inexpensive piece to add to your collection.

$55.00

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Roman Glass Bracelet, ca AD 300
  diameter (inside):   6.6 cm  (2 5/8")
  diameter (outside): 7.5 cm
  width:  0.9 cm

An excellent example of glass bracelet from the Roman Empire.  This bracelet was found in Syria a number of years ago.  It still has considerable iridescence and would be quite wearable.

$75.00
$68.00

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Roman Lion Appliqué, circa 1st - 3rd Century AD
    width:  3.0 cm
    depth:  2.2 cm to his nose

A nice piece with fine features and nice patina.  Looks to have held a loop for a handle.  Small piece missing from left mane (see large images) otherwise in good condition.

$35.00

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Roman Bronze Hairpin, 1st - 3rd Century AD
  width:    1.1 cm at widest point
  length: 21.0 cm (8 1/4 inches)

A fine example of early hair pin, with nice dark green patina.  Mostly smooth and straight with just a minor bend near the middle.  One of the nicer pieces I have seen.  Did I mention this pin is over 8 inches long!!

$65.00

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Roman Bronze Medical Tool, 1st - 3rd Century AD
  width:    0.8 cm 
  length: 13.7 cm (5 13/32 inches)

A lovely specimen of a medical tool, probably used to measure and stir potions.  Nice dark green patina.

$45.00

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Egyptian Spindle Whorl, 1600 - 1100 B.C.
  diameter:  3.8 cm
  thickness:  0.6 cm
  weight:     9.67 grams 

The whorl was attached to a post and then used to spin wool into yarn.  This whorl is of fine style with carved lions around the shoulder.  Whorls were often placed in the tombs of the owner to continue to work for them in the next life.  A very nice piece of history.

$125.00
$95.00

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Egyptian Eye of Horus Amulet, 700 - 300 B.C.
  length:  2.6 cm
  width:   2.0 cm 

Egyptians work amulets like this as a good luck charm.  The Eye of Horus amulet was believed to be powerful protection against evil.  The eye being offered is made of faience, crushed quartz, that was made into a paste.  Although most of the blue coloration has worn away with the years, this amulet is still wearable and still may hold its protective powers.

$55.00
$40.00

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Pink Coral Chinese Statue, ca. 1870
 height of carving: 10.7 cm  (4 1/2 in.)
 width of carving at base: 5.2 cm (2 1/8 in)
 depth of carving: 1.3 cm (1/2 in)


Carved from a single piece of pink coral.  Not dyed like most being offered today.  Although not in my usual line of products, this piece was too beautiful to pass up.  For more information and images,
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$1,400.00
$1,150.00

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Ivory Japanese Statue, ca. 1868-1912
 height of carving: 14.2 cm  (5 1/2 in.)
 width of carving at base: 4.0 cm (1 5/8 in)
 depth of carving: 2.7 cm (1 in)


This beautiful carving is from the Mejii period.  It depicts a standing scholarly figure in full scholarly robes.  The detail is highlighted by very fine calligraphy.  Although not in my usual line of products, this piece was too beautiful to pass up.  For more information and images,
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$900.00

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