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Greek Geometric Bronze Brooch

Greece, Geometric Period, ca. Bronze pin composed of two intertwining swirls connected by a figure eight. Bronze pin attached from right swirl to back of left. Provenance: Ex-Private New York Collection.

Geometric Bronze Bull | 8th Century BC | Price $7,400.00 | Geometric Greek | Bronze | Animals, Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

Geometric Bronze Bull | 8th Century BC | Price $7,400.00 | Geometric Greek | Bronze | Animals, Sculpture | eTiquities by Phoenix Ancient Art

One-eyed, horned bronze figure, probably showing Oden. The broken horns might have ended in two bird heads. Dated to Late Scandinavian Iron Age (AD 400-1050). Height 4,7 cm.

One-eyed, horned bronze figure, probably showing Odin. The broken horns might have ended in two bird heads. Dated to Late Scandinavian Iron Age (AD Height cm. (Photography by Bengt Almgren, LUHM)

Rare Irish Celtic ‘Matrona,’ bronze female figurine. 1st-8th century AD. A cast anthropomorphic figurine of a seated female figure with upraised arms. The right hand is carefully molded in a palm-outward warding gesture; the left is vestigial, suggesting that originally a separate item was placed in front of the left side of the body. The elliptical face is depicted with almond-shaped eyes, typical of Irish Iron Age art, and the hair is swept back from the face.

Rare Irish Celtic ‘Matrona,’ bronze female figurine. 1st-8th century AD. A cast anthropomorphic figurine of a seated female figure with upraised arms. The right hand is carefully molded in a palm-outward warding gesture; the left is vestigial, suggesting that originally a separate item was placed in front of the left side of the body. The elliptical face is depicted with almond-shaped eyes, typical of Irish Iron Age art, and the hair is swept back from the face.

-HALLSTATT CULTURE CERAMIC 10TH-6TH BCE Three earthenware vessels, handles with bull-protomen painted black on red ground, from a tumulus in Gemeinlebarn, Austria. Diameter: 42 cm Naturhistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria

Three earthenware vessels, handles with bull-protomen painted black on red ground, from a tumulus in Gemeinlebarn, Austria. Diameter: 42 cm (c) Photograph by Erich Lessing

Antennae sword, Switzerland; Hallstatt sword of bronze, Early Iron Age, Austria

Hallstatt sword of bronze, Early Iron Age, Austria