No. 84443921

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Khorasan Bronze Bottle  (No Reserve Price)
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Khorasan Bronze Bottle (No Reserve Price)

Khorasan Bronze Bottle Circa 8th-9th century AD This nice bronze perfume bottle boasts an ovoid body resting on a tall flaring foot. Its short neck leads to a round opening, encircled by a register of protrusions around the rim. These bottles were vessels primarily used for storing and dispensing perfumes, aromatic oils, and other fragrant substances. They were typically crafted from bronze, a durable and malleable metal that allowed for intricate designs and decorative elements. The bottles often featured elegant shapes and forms, with slender necks and bulbous bodies conducive to holding fragrant liquids. Some bottles were adorned with intricate engravings, inscriptions, or inlaid decorations. Size: 150mm x 75mm; Weight: 410g Provenance: Private UK Ancient Art Collection formerly acquired on the UK, European, and USA Art Markets from pre-2000 Collections. Disclaimer: NO SHIPPING OUTSIDE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION. All items will be shipped from Belgium. The seller guarantees and can prove that the object was obtained legally. The seller was informed by Catawiki that they had to provide the documentation required by the laws and regulations in their country of residence. The seller guarantees and is entitled to sell/export this object. The seller will provide all provenance information known about the object to the buyer. The seller ensures that any necessary permits are/will be arranged. The seller will inform the buyer immediately about any delays in obtaining such permits. The seller will not ship outside the EU.

No. 84443921

Sold
Khorasan Bronze Bottle  (No Reserve Price)

Khorasan Bronze Bottle (No Reserve Price)

Khorasan Bronze Bottle
Circa 8th-9th century AD

This nice bronze perfume bottle boasts an ovoid body resting on a tall flaring foot. Its short neck leads to a round opening, encircled by a register of protrusions around the rim.
These bottles were vessels primarily used for storing and dispensing perfumes, aromatic oils, and other fragrant substances. They were typically crafted from bronze, a durable and malleable metal that allowed for intricate designs and decorative elements. The bottles often featured elegant shapes and forms, with slender necks and bulbous bodies conducive to holding fragrant liquids. Some bottles were adorned with intricate engravings, inscriptions, or inlaid decorations.

Size: 150mm x 75mm; Weight: 410g
Provenance: Private UK Ancient Art Collection formerly acquired on the UK, European, and USA Art Markets from pre-2000 Collections.

Disclaimer:
NO SHIPPING OUTSIDE OF THE EUROPEAN UNION.
All items will be shipped from Belgium.
The seller guarantees and can prove that the object was obtained legally.
The seller was informed by Catawiki that they had to provide the documentation required by the laws and regulations in their country of residence.
The seller guarantees and is entitled to sell/export this object.
The seller will provide all provenance information known about the object to the buyer.
The seller ensures that any necessary permits are/will be arranged.
The seller will inform the buyer immediately about any delays in obtaining such permits.
The seller will not ship outside the EU.

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