Holyland Terracotta Vessels (3)

 

14365. Holyland Terracotta Vessels (3)

Late Bronze Age, Ca 1500 - 1250 BC

Three different Holyland pottery vessels including a salmon color pottery drinking vessel having two small lug handles on both sides, decorated with four bands of incised linear elements, standing on a low pedestal foot. Overall strong calcified surface deposits. Three rim chips, otherwise intact. A very scarce type. Together with a very thin wall brown ware pottery, acorn shaped vessel having a flared neck and rim. Overall scattered surface deposits. Neck reattached at shoulder and a minor restored rim chip. A rare type. Finally, an oinochoe, having an applied bifurcated handle with a small applied decorative circular element, and pour lip. Scattered strong surface encrustation. Intact.
Size: 5-1/4 inches to 6-3/4 inches H.
Provenance: Ex. Estate of Daryl P. Gruber Kulok NYC & CT. (1960-2019); acquired 2000s.

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