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Images of goats, birds, trees, and other plants decorate both sides of this lentoid flask. The origin of this lentoid flask has been the subject of much discussion. The vessel's fabric, burnishing technique, and the paint in two distinct colors—black and red—have strong parallels in Levantine pottery of the eleventh c. BC It is probably one of the earliest Phoenician vases imported into Cyprus.

Lentoid (round with eye) Flask probably one of the earliest Phoenician vases imported into Cyprus from the Levant. Decorated with goats, birds, trees, and other plants.

A MAMLUK UNGLAZED POTTERY PILGRIM FLASK SYRIA, 13TH CENTURY  Of cylindrical form with slightly convex faces each moulded with fine scrolling tendrils flanking confronted dragons with entwined tails, a band of spiralling vine around each edge, the mouth moulded with simple bands, two simple handles at the shoulders, one handle missing 11¾in. (29.8cm.) high

A MAMLUK UNGLAZED POTTERY PILGRIM FLASK SYRIA, 13TH CENTURY Of cylindrical form with slightly convex faces each moulded with fine scrolling tendrils flanking confronted dragons with entwined tails, a band of spiralling vine around each edge, the mouth moulded with simple bands, two simple handles at the shoulders, one handle missing 11¾in. (29.8cm.) high

Syrian Pilgrim Flask | 11th Century AD - 12th Century AD | Price $5,000.00 | Islamic, Syrian | Terracotta | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Syrian Pilgrim Flask | 11th Century AD - 12th Century AD | Price $5,000.00 | Islamic, Syrian | Terracotta | Vessels | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

A327: costrel Production date: 1351-1500 Measurements: H 160 mm

costrel Production date: Measurements: H 160 mm Ceramics and glass project digital image

Persian Qajar ceramic peacock vessel  19th Century

Persian Qajar Art Pottery Vase w/ Peacock Round Form Blue Glaze

Painted pottery ring-flask. Height: 22.8 cm. Meroitic, 1st - 2nd Century AD. Faras, Sudan.

Painted pottery ring-flask. Height: 22.8 cm. Meroitic, 1st - 2nd Century AD. Faras, Sudan.

Faience New Year´s flask, Late Period, 652 - 332 B.C. Neck and spout broken.

Faience New Year´s flask, Late Period, 652 - 332 B. Neck and spout broken.

Terracotta flask with ring-shaped body, 850-600 BCE. Cypriot, Cypro-Geometric III - Cypro-Archaic I.

Terracotta flask with ring-shaped body, BCE. Cypriot, Cypro-Geometric III - Cypro-Archaic I.

Canteen Iran Canteen, 14th century Ceramic; Vessel, Fritware, unglazed, 12 x 9 1/4 x 4 1/4 in. (30.48 x 23.50 x 10.80 cm) Gift of Andrew Hale and Kate Fitz Gibbon (AC1998.223.1) Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Vessel, Fritware, unglazed, 12 x 9 x 4 in. x x cm) Gift of Andrew Hale and Kate Fitz Gibbon Art of the Middle East: Islamic Department.

Ring-shaped aryballos from Corinth, 675-650 BCE. An aryballos (Greek: ἀρύβαλλος) was a small spherical or globular flask with a narrow neck used in Ancient Greece. It was used to contain perfume or oil, and is often depicted in vase paintings being used by athletes during bathing. In these depictions, the vessel is at times attached by a strap to the athlete's wrist, or hung by a strap from a peg on the wall.

From Corinth, between circa 675 and circa 650 BC , terracotta

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