Bactrian Alabaster bowl, 15.6 cm diam.

Description
Bactrian Alabaster bowl, 15.6 cm diam.
Circa 1st millennium B.C.

Bactria culture is the modern archaeological designation of the Bronze Age on the culture of Central Asia, dated approximately 2200-1700 BC. This bowl would probably have a funerary use, since it is made of a material, alabaster, chosen, expensive and difficult to get and work so beautifully.

Provenance: Joseph Klein private collection, formed in New York between 1940-1980/ J. Bagot Archeological Gallery, Spain, 2015

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Lot details
Culture
Bactrian
Material
Alabaster
Object
bowl, 15.6 cm diam.
Century/ Timeframe
Circa 1st millennium B.C.
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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