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A Near Eastern Standard, ca. 8th - 7th century BCE

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A Near Eastern Standard, ca. 8th - 7th century BCE
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A Near Eastern Standard, ca. 8th - 7th century BCE, 9th - 7th century BC:
Medium: Bronze
The long hollow tube support for a decorative finial. This classic example has a flared rim, long straight neck where the finial tang would be inserted, the elegant hourglass body tapering at the waist, the surface minimally decorated with a dot motif.For a parallel example see: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, accession number: 32.161.15

Dimensions: Height: 7 1/2 inches (19 cm)
Reference No: 417

PROVENANCE: Paul I. Ilton (1904-1958) private collection and then by descent to his son, Arie Ilton. Born in Germany and educated in Universities Cologne and Berlin, Ilton moved to Palestine in 1934 becoming a Palestinian citizen, conducting continuous archaeological research in Palestine, Trans-Jordan, Iraq, Syria, Hedjaz-At and assembling a personal collection that was published in 1958. With the outbreak of World War II, he entered the British Information Service in Jerusalem and served with the rank of captain until 1946 when he took up permanent residence in the United States lecturing at both New York University and Cornell University.

OUR GUARANTEE: We hereby certify the above item to be authentic and due diligence conducted to ensure stated provenance. We strictly adhere to the code of Conduct established by the Association of Dealers & Collectors of Ancient & Ethnographic Art and have established, to the best of our ability, the object(s) have not been illegally obtained from the country of origin, excavation, architectural monument, public institution or private property. A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with every object.
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Intact and in very god condition overall.
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A Near Eastern Standard, ca. 8th - 7th century BCE

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0148: A Near Eastern Standard, ca. 8th - 7th century BCE

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Est. $800 - $1,200Starting Price $400
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Description
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A Near Eastern Standard, ca. 8th - 7th century BCE, 9th - 7th century BC:
Medium: Bronze
The long hollow tube support for a decorative finial. This classic example has a flared rim, long straight neck where the finial tang would be inserted, the elegant hourglass body tapering at the waist, the surface minimally decorated with a dot motif.For a parallel example see: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, accession number: 32.161.15

Dimensions: Height: 7 1/2 inches (19 cm)
Reference No: 417

PROVENANCE: Paul I. Ilton (1904-1958) private collection and then by descent to his son, Arie Ilton. Born in Germany and educated in Universities Cologne and Berlin, Ilton moved to Palestine in 1934 becoming a Palestinian citizen, conducting continuous archaeological research in Palestine, Trans-Jordan, Iraq, Syria, Hedjaz-At and assembling a personal collection that was published in 1958. With the outbreak of World War II, he entered the British Information Service in Jerusalem and served with the rank of captain until 1946 when he took up permanent residence in the United States lecturing at both New York University and Cornell University.

OUR GUARANTEE: We hereby certify the above item to be authentic and due diligence conducted to ensure stated provenance. We strictly adhere to the code of Conduct established by the Association of Dealers & Collectors of Ancient & Ethnographic Art and have established, to the best of our ability, the object(s) have not been illegally obtained from the country of origin, excavation, architectural monument, public institution or private property. A Certificate of Authenticity is provided with every object.
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Intact and in very god condition overall.

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