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Kohl tube Greek Holy Land bronze double kohl tube, 1st millennium B.C. With remains of 2 attached ivory applicators and trace of cloth wrapping, 8.7 cm high. Private collection

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Egyptian faience kohl vessel, Late period, 1085-341 B.C. 4.7 cm high. Private collection

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Roman ear scoop with handle in the form of a mouse, 1st-3rd century A.D. It was part of a personal toolkit, a suspension loop below the mouse's head would have attached it to a ring or cord, 6 cm long. Private collection

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Mesopotamian cosmetic stone kohl tube, Western Asiatic stone kohl tube, Iron Age, 1st millennium B.C. With 4 chambers in the form of columns with a trace of original bronze cosmetic dipper, 7.6 cm high. Private collection

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Mesopotamian cosmetic Western Asiatic stone kohl tube, Iron Age, 1st millennium B.C. With 4 chambers in the form of columns with a trace of original bronze cosmetic dipper, 7.6 cm high. Private collection

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Roman bronze flask for cosmetic, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Private collection

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Roman bronze aryballos flask for cosmetic, 2nd-3rd century A.D. Private collection

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Kohl tube Roman bronze cosmetic double kohl tube vial, 1st-4th century A.D. With one tube for applicator on rear with end caps, 10.8 cm high. Private collection

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Kohl tube ancient cosmetic Holy land bronze kohl tube with applicator, Iron Age, 1st millennium B.C. 13.3 cm high. Private collection

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Roman ear scoop with handle in the form of a mouse, 1st-3rd century A.D. It was part of a personal toolkit, a suspension loop below the mouse's head would have attached it to a ring or cord, 6 cm long. Private collection

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