Hellenistic silver-gilt roundel with bust of the God Pan, 3rd-2nd Century B.C. Possibly an emblem from a dish or a fulcrum, cast in high relief with the young goat-horned deity turned to his right and wearing a chlamys, his grinning face with delineated upper teeth, high arched eyebrows, and furrowed forehead, the hair and ear markings carefully chased, 6 cm diamater. Private collection

Hellenistic silver-gilt roundel with bust of the God Pan, 3rd-2nd Century B.C. Possibly an emblem from a dish or a fulcrum, cast in high relief with the young goat-horned deity turned to his right and wearing a chlamys, his grinning face with delineated upper teeth, high arched eyebrows, and furrowed forehead, the hair and ear markings carefully chased, 6 cm diamater. Private collection

Late Hellenistic silver skyphos with ring-like handles, 2nd-1st century B.C. Several graffiti, below the foot Δ / III, on one handle A or Δ, on the other a X, below this handle on the corpus a Σ, 8 cm high. Private collection

Late Hellenistic silver skyphos with ring-like handles, 2nd-1st century B.C. Several graffiti, below the foot Δ / III, on one handle A or Δ, on the other a X, below this handle on the corpus a Σ, 8 cm high. Private collection

Achaemenid silver bracelet, 550-330 B.C. Achaemenid Iran silver bracelet with facing calfs heads, 8 cm diameter. Private collection

Achaemenid silver bracelet, 550-330 B.C. Achaemenid Iran silver bracelet with facing calfs heads, 8 cm diameter. Private collection

Greek silver openworked pendant in shape of bull head, 4th B.C. Greek Levantine silver openworked pendant in shape of bull head and loop, 3.9 cm long. Private collection

Greek silver openworked pendant in shape of bull head, 4th B.C. Greek Levantine silver openworked pendant in shape of bull head and loop, 3.9 cm long. Private collection

Greek silver rython in form of deer head, classical period, early 4th century B.C. Allegedly from the region of the Black Sea, local work under Greek influence, silver with gilding, 25.4 cm long. George Ortiz collection

Greek silver rython in form of deer head, classical period, early 4th century B.C. Allegedly from the region of the Black Sea, local work under Greek influence, silver with gilding, 25.4 cm long. George Ortiz collection

Greek silver rython in form of stag head, classical period, 400 B.C. Allegedly from the region of the Black Sea, provincial Greek work, silver with gilding, 29 cm long. George Ortiz collection

Greek silver rython in form of stag head, classical period, 400 B.C. Allegedly from the region of the Black Sea, provincial Greek work, silver with gilding, 29 cm long. George Ortiz collection

Greek silver rhyton Janus headed, classical period, early 4th century B.C. Allegedly from the region of the Black Sea, local work under Greek influence, silver partially gilt, 28 cm high. George Ortiz collection

Greek silver rhyton Janus headed, classical period, early 4th century B.C. Allegedly from the region of the Black Sea, local work under Greek influence, silver partially gilt, 28 cm high. George Ortiz collection

Geek silver plate with medallion of a youth, classical period, 340 B.C.  Allegedly from Galaxidi, near Delphi. It is more like a decorative tondo than an utilitarian vessel, with its border similar to those of mirrors. 22.5 cm diameter. George Ortiz collection

Geek silver plate with medallion of a youth, classical period, 340 B.C. Allegedly from Galaxidi, near Delphi. It is more like a decorative tondo than an utilitarian vessel, with its border similar to those of mirrors. 22.5 cm diameter. George Ortiz collection

Greek silver strainer, 350-300 B.C.  The hemispherical bowl with lathe-turned rings on the broad flat rim, the center with perforations arranged in a whorl, surrounded by two perforated bands, the two flat handles narrowing to duck-head finials, forming a hook with its rounded elongated neck, one facing left, one facing right, with four small volutes emerging from the base of each handle, 22.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek silver strainer, 350-300 B.C. The hemispherical bowl with lathe-turned rings on the broad flat rim, the center with perforations arranged in a whorl, surrounded by two perforated bands, the two flat handles narrowing to duck-head finials, forming a hook with its rounded elongated neck, one facing left, one facing right, with four small volutes emerging from the base of each handle, 22.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek parcel gilt silver patera, 4th-3rd century B.C.  The shallow circular bowl of thick hammered sheet, the rim overhanging on the interior, on a thin ring base, centered by a finely-detailed gilt gorgoneion medallion in high relief, Medusa turned slightly to her left, wings emerging from the top of her wild wavy locks, her furrowed brow creased, the pupils dotted, her chin protruding, snakes tied in the characteristic knot below her chin, 29.2 cm long. Private collection

Greek parcel gilt silver patera, 4th-3rd century B.C. The shallow circular bowl of thick hammered sheet, the rim overhanging on the interior, on a thin ring base, centered by a finely-detailed gilt gorgoneion medallion in high relief, Medusa turned slightly to her left, wings emerging from the top of her wild wavy locks, her furrowed brow creased, the pupils dotted, her chin protruding, snakes tied in the characteristic knot below her chin, 29.2 cm long. Private collection

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