Ancient Early Jewish Menorah Oil Lamp Roman Period 1st Cent Ad. Rare
April 3, 2019
WE ARE PLEASED TO OFFER AN OUTSTANDING ANCIENT EARLY JEWISH OIL LAMP. AN EARLY JEWISH TERRACOTTA OIL LAMP. ROMAN PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A. With a short round nozzle, the indented discus molded with a seven-branched menorah on a base, circular design on main stem, the arms and stem all ridged, a fill hole on right side of the stem, a workshop stamp on the base, double ring design around base. 2.69 inches in diameter (68.30 mm); 3.30 inches in length (83.70 mm). Reference: NOAM ADLER; 2004. Oil Lamps of the Holy Land; The Adler Collection. Old city press, Israel. Ex-Touma Dabbah collection and then by descent. I ENCOURAGE ALL BUYERS TO TAKE THEIR ANCIENT PIECES TO THE NEAREST MUSEUM TO BE AUTHENTICATED AND YOU CAN HAVE PEACE OF MIND. COA’s provided upon request. IF YOU WANT TO SEE MORE AMAZING ANCIENT DEALS, PLEASE. Check out my other items. The item “ANCIENT EARLY JEWISH MENORAH OIL LAMP ROMAN PERIOD 1ST CENT AD. RARE” is in sale since Sunday, December 2, 2018. This item is in the category “Antiques\Antiquities\Holy Land”. The seller is “tarrabcoins” and is located in Salem, Oregon. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Provenance: Ownership History Available
- Material: Terracota