Holy Land Chalcolithic Era Vessel, Ca. 4400-3300 Bc
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Holy Land Chalcolithic Era Vessel, Ca. 4400-3300 Bc:
A Chalcolithic Era terracotta pot from the ancient town of Hebron in the Holy Land, ca. 4400-3300 BC. The pot having a bulbous shape, suspension loop handles on each side, narrowing to a flared rim spout. Several dings to the body and a stable pressure crack at the base, several chips to the rim, all to be expected from a five to six thousand year old piece of pottery. The tiny handles were used with a cord so that the vessel could be hung,or carried on foot or pack animal. 3-1/4" (8.2cm) tall, 2-3/4" (7cm) max. diameter, mounted and labeled on a polished wood plinth, the overall height is 5" (12.7cm).
I will furnish a color photocopy, laminated in clear plastic, of a similarvessel from the same time period, for complete, permanent, dating and culture documentation. A nice piece of very ancient Holy Land pottery, in remarkable condition considering its' age. Displays wonderfully, museum quality arrangement, can be handed down to future generations. Comes with my lifetime Certificate of Authenticity and Guarantee, offer with confidence, you will not be disappointed.
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