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Please ask if you would like additional photos or more in-depth descriptions. All items being offered on this website have appropriate provenance and are legal to buy and own under the United States statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, Chapter 14. 8" across the handles x 3" tall — Mesopotamia 1900 BC -1600 BC An ancient Mesopotamian cuneiform inscribed tablet (biscuit) dating to the Old Babylonian Period. A few surface imperfections appear to be original to its manufacturing and are common for this period. The spout rim and handle are partially restored, otherwise intact. Both have some minor erosion, light deposits and earthen encrustation. The surface is a light greenish-yellow glaze with craquelure throughout. The handle, painted in fineline linear and diamond shapes, is topped with double-ring 'spectacles'. Made from hammered copper and shows the remains of a bronze handle which attached on the side and again near the top of the spout. Heavily encrusted over the green (verdigris) surface with rust and staining where the handle was once attached.
Every purchase comes with a written certificate of authenticity (COA) and are fully guaranteed to be as described. Shipping options are USPS Priority Mail, UPS Ground and Fed Ex. Made of tan/brown terracotta with cuneiform inscription. In good condition with several rim chips restored otherwise intact. The underside is painted with concentric bands, chevrons and a central square. The handle has been reattached in two places with breaks restored along with two areas of rim restoration and some light paint touch ups. 4.5" tall 5 — Egypt 664 BC - 323 BC Blue-green faience ushabti dating to the Late Period of ancient Egypt. The missing handle would have likely been a tall arched type, typical of the period. One large hole and other smaller losses along with cracks and dents.