Canaanite Pottery Bilbil greyware juglet, possibly for Opium 20,3 cm

Description
Canaanite Pottery Bilbil greyware juglet, possibly for Opium 20,3 cm
ca. 800-600 B.C.

Small juglet with circular mouth and exvasado edge. Its body is decorated in dark grey tones and has a clear ovoid tendency. It has a slight wear on the paint along its entire surface. From its narrow, high and stylised neck is born a single small handle with a sinuous shape and double division.

Provenance: Aphrodite Ancient Art Gallery, New York, 2017
Previous owner: Documentation at Aphrodite Ancient Art.

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Lot details
Culture
Canaanite
Material
Pottery
Object
Bilbil greyware juglet, possibly for Opium 20,3 cm
Century/ Timeframe
ca. 800-600 B.C.
Condition
Loss of color in some areas and soft dent on the side
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