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Authentic Etruscan art and antiquities

The Etruscans strongly influenced the Romans, and through them also later European and modern culture, but they were also always eager to incorporate foreign elements and innovations in their own art. In Etruscan art, the influence of Ancient Greece is especially noticeable. Other arts like the delicate jewelry the Etruscans themselves developed to a striking perfection. In the online shop of the Alte Roemer Gallery, you will always find a fine selection of authentic Etruscan antiquities and pieces of art, with a focus on Etruscan pottery like votives, vases and terracotta as well as on Etruscan jewelry. It would be our pleasure to work with you individually on your personal collection, and help you find special pieces that you would like to add to it. Please do not hesitate to contact us at any time via email or using our contact form. Correspondence is welcome in English, German, Italian, French, Russian or Japanese.

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  1. Etrusco-Corinthian Alabastron
    Etrusco-Corinthian Alabastron

    Nicely preserved, 6th century BC. From an old German collection, acquired in the 1960s.

    €490
  2. Large erfectly preserved early Etruscan Bucchero Oinochoe
    Large erfectly preserved early Etruscan Bucchero Oinochoe

    Absolutely perfect, worth the exhibition in a museum. Glossy black slip, only very minor wear, unavoidable for a 2700 years old vase.

    €1,500
  3. Very large etrusco-corinthian Olpe with animals - ex Galleria Fallani in Rome
    Very large etrusco-corinthian Olpe with animals - ex Galleria Fallani in Rome

    Showing swans, lions and panthers. Very rare in this size. Ex collection Ulfert Wilke, founder of Iowa Art Museum.

    €4,500
  4. Etruscan bucchero olpe found in Sezze area
    Etruscan bucchero olpe found in Sezze area

    Nicely preserved jug from an old German collection, acquired in the late 1950s.

    €550
  5. Black figure Etruscan Stamnos from Toledo Museum collection
    Black figure Etruscan Stamnos from Toledo Museum collection

    Ex collection Prof. G. Olcott, the first Columbia University professor for Roman archeology. Acquired from his estate 1912 by the Toledo Museum (Ohio), in the museum collection until 2017. Found in Bolseno area, Italy.

    €4,650
  6. Etruscan bucchero oinochoe from Tarquinia
    Etruscan bucchero oinochoe from Tarquinia

    Large jar with ovoid body and trefoil mouth. Decorated with carved lines. From an old German collection, acquired in the 1950s.

    €1,200
  7. Etruscan bucchero oinochoe
    Etruscan bucchero oinochoe from an old collection

    Large jar with ovoid body and trefoil mouth. Decorated with carved lines. From the old German collection Dr. Tillmann. Coming with an Art Loss certificate.

    €850
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    Large Etruscan terracotta votive foot

    Etruskische Grabbeigabe, detaillierte Nachbildung der anatomischen Details, zum Teil erhaltener Überzug. 5. - 2. Jh. v. Chr. Exzellent erhalten.

    €790
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    Funerary urn from the Villanova culture - found in Chiusi, Italy

    Keramik aus dem 9. Jh. v. Chr., unmittelbar vor der etruskischen Besiedelung. Ritzdekor aus Swastika und anderen geometrischen Elementen. Gefunden in Chiusi, Norditalien.

    €2,650
  10. Large decorated Etruscian urn with lid - found in Orvieto
    Large decorated Etruscian urn with lid - found in Orvieto

    Decorated with six bands. About 9th - 4th century B.C. From an old Belgian collection.

    €1,746

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