Ancient Greek Ceramic Rare Minoan spouted jug - 3rd millennium BC - 24.5×14.3×12.7 cm

Description
Ancient Greek Ceramic Rare Minoan spouted jug - 3rd millennium BC - 24.5×14.3×12.7 cm
2600 / 1950 avant J.-C. - Greece

Rare Minoan jug in beige terracotta dating from the 3rd millennium BC.
Ancient Greek ceramics from the Crete region.
Fusiform belly, flat bottom, wide cylindrical neck and long oblique slightly coiled spout. A handle connects the shoulder to the lower part of the neck.
Height: 24.5 cm - Well preserved - Restored.
Dating: 2600 to 1950 BC Minoan to Minoan 1A
for a related example, but with paintings, see Liverpool museum entry number 55.66.75 from the Bosanquet collection.

Provenance: The Supplier warrants that is has obtained this lot in a legal manner
Purchased by the current owner in 2019 in France from auction, R.V.
. Previous owners history: old French collection

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Lot details
Culture
Ancient Greek
Material
Ceramic
Object
Rare Minoan spouted jug - 3rd millennium BC
Dimensions
24.5×14.3×12.7 cm
Century/ Timeframe
2600 / 1950 avant J.-C.
Origin
Greece
Condition
Very good condition, restoration
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