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An unusual and attractive Ancient Greek Corinthian terracotta miniature jar, possibly once used for perfumed oils / unguents etc. SOLD
An unusual and attractive Ancient Greek Corinthian terracotta miniature jar, possibly once used for perfumed oils / unguents etc. SOLD
An unusual and attractive Ancient Greek Corinthian terracotta miniature jar, possibly once used for perfumed oils / unguents etc. SOLD An unusual and attractive Ancient Greek Corinthian terracotta miniature jar, possibly once used for perfumed oils / unguents etc. SOLD An unusual and attractive Ancient Greek Corinthian terracotta miniature jar, possibly once used for perfumed oils / unguents etc. SOLD An unusual and attractive Ancient Greek Corinthian terracotta miniature jar, possibly once used for perfumed oils / unguents etc. SOLD
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c.4th Century B.C. An unusual and attractive Ancient Greek Corinthian terracotta miniature jar, possibly once used for perfumed oils / unguents etc. excavated many years ago in Greece and from an old Norfolk collection. Small hollow pedestal base with a slightly squat spherical body with a shallow thick rim on the top. It may have once had a small lid but this is now lost in antiquity. Some light surface dirt and accretion from its time buried in the earth (may clean off if required) otherwise it is as excavated, totally intact and in nice overall condition, a pleasant and appealing Ancient Greek vessel, bowl 44mm diameter, 40mm deep.
 


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