Bronze Age Pottery

B019 – Bronze Age Bowl

Description Ancient Terracotta Vessel dating from the Bronze Age – Provenance: Bought at auction via Catawiki Acquisition from O.G.; formerly from an old British collection formed in the 1980s. Item sold by Pax Romana Auctions, London Age: c. 2nd-1st Millennium BC Period: Bronze Age Europe Size: Weight: Bronze Age The Bronze Age is a prehistoric period that was characterised by …

B018 – Bronze Age Bowl

Description Ancient Terracotta Vessel dating from the Bronze Age – Provenance: Bought at auction via Catawiki Acquisition from O.G.; formerly from an old British collection formed in the 1980s. Item sold by Pax Romana Auctions, London Age: c. 2nd-1st Millennium BC Period: Bronze Age Europe Size: Weight: Bronze Age The Bronze Age is a prehistoric period that was characterised by …

B017 – Indus Valley Vessel

Description Indus Valley Terracotta Vessel Circa 2500-2000 BC An Indus Valley drinking or storage vessel, potted in terracotta. The vessel features a flat base, globular body, short neck and a slightly flaring rim. Dark pigmentation decorates the surface of the body and neck. Traces of earthly encrustations to the surface, some chips to the rim. …

B016 – Bronze Age Tinned Bowl

Description Here we have a Bronze Age Tinned bowl, uncleaned with damage on the bottom of the bowl – Provenance: Bought at auction via ebay Age: c. 1400 – 800 BC Period: Bronze Age Europe Size: D 14.5cm / H 4.5cm Weight: Bronze Age The Bronze Age is a prehistoric period that was characterised by the use of bronze, in some …

B015 – British Bronze Age Jar

Description Here we have a 3000 – 4000-year-old terracotta dipper cup from Britain’s Bronze Age. The vast majority of Bronze Age and Iron Age pottery on today’s arts and antiquities markets come from burial mounds (or tumuli) which are common in the British countryside, and the majority of which were excavated in the Victorian period. Pottery vessels of …

B013 – British Bronze Age Cremation Bowl – 1200BC

Description A primitive, beautiful and rare Ancient European Bronze Age ceramic Bowl dating to approximately 1400 – 800 BC. Originally found in southern England near a Bronze Age settlement. Whilst at the time of creation this bowl may have served as a cooking utensil, at the end of the owner’s life it would have served …

B012 – Bronze Age Pottery Sherd (British Find)

Description The Bell Beaker culture (or, in short, Beaker culture) is an archaeological culture named after the inverted-bell beaker drinking vessel used at the very beginning of the European Bronze Age. Arising from around 2800 BC, it lasted in Britain until as late as 1800 BC but in continental Europe only until 2300 BC, when it was succeeded by the Unetice culture. The culture was widely …

B011 – Bronze Age Pottery Sherd (British Find)

Description The Bell Beaker culture (or, in short, Beaker culture) is an archaeological culture named after the inverted-bell beaker drinking vessel used at the very beginning of the European Bronze Age. Arising from around 2800 BC, it lasted in Britain until as late as 1800 BC but in continental Europe only until 2300 BC, when it was succeeded by the Unetice culture. The culture was widely …

B010 – Bronze Age Pottery Sherd (British Find)

Description The Bell Beaker culture (or, in short, Beaker culture) is an archaeological culture named after the inverted-bell beaker drinking vessel used at the very beginning of the European Bronze Age. Arising from around 2800 BC, it lasted in Britain until as late as 1800 BC but in continental Europe only until 2300 BC, when it was succeeded by the Unetice culture. The culture was widely …

B009 – Bell Beaker Culture Pottery Sherd (British Find)

Description The Bell Beaker culture (or, in short, Beaker culture) is an archaeological culture named after the inverted-bell beaker drinking vessel used at the very beginning of the European Bronze Age. Arising from around 2800 BC, it lasted in Britain until as late as 1800 BC but in continental Europe only until 2300 BC, when it was succeeded by the Unetice culture. The culture was widely …