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Vessels - Greek

Antiquities from Ancient Greece

The art and craftsmanship of Ancient Greece did not only have a crucial influence on the (emerging) Etruscan and Roman societies, but continues to influence us even today, millennia later. The online shop of the Alte Roemer Gallery offers you a fine selection of authentic ancient Greek art and antiquities. Although we mainly focus on Greek vases and other ancient Greek pottery, authentic Greek bronzes and figurines as well as Greek numismatics, you will also find a variety of other artifacts from Ancient Greece. 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. South Italian Skyphos
    South Italian Skyphos

    Nicely preserved piece from an old German private collection. Acquired 1976-78 at Davies Antiques Gallery, London.

    €210
  2. Buy Mycenaean pottery stirrup jar
    Mycenaean stirrup jar

    Characteristic type of vessel for the Mycenaean civilization in Bronze Age Greece. From the peak of Mycenaean pottery production in the 14th century BC. From the inventory of an old educational lending collection.

    €1,660
  3. Attic black figure cup - Herakles slaying the Nemean lion
    Attic black figure cup - Herakles slaying the Nemean lion

    Impressive piece in very good condition. From an old German private collection, acquired in a London gallery between 1976 and 1978.

    €7,500
  4. Attic black figure cup with birds and rams
    Attic black figure cup with animals

    Impressive piece in very good condition. The frieze shows birds and rams. From an old German private collection, acquired in a London gallery between 1976 and 1978.

    €5,000
  5. Greek guttos with Helios in molded-relief
    Greek guttos with Helios in molded-relief

    From the Greek colonies of Southern Italia, Magna Graecia. 4th - early 3rd century B.C. Ex London private collection, acquired in the 1960s.

    €650
  6. Large Skyphos found in Sezze area
    Large Skyphos found in Sezze area

    About 2nd half 5th - 4th century B.C. Very well preserved, especially for a pottery vessel of this size. From an old German collection, acquired in the late 1950s.

    €550
  7. Large boeotian kantharos
    Large boeotian kantharos

    Impressive vase from a very old German collection. 5th century B.C.

    €700
  8. Attic black figure cup with warriors
    Attic black figure cup with warriors

    Impressive piece in very good condition. The frieze shows riders framed by several persons. From an old German private collection, acquired in a London gallery between 1976 and 1978.

    €4,985
  9. Corinthian aryballos from quatrefoil group
    Corinthian aryballos from quatrefoil group

    From an old German collection, acquired in 1976 - 1978 in a London art gallery. Late corintian, third quarter 6th century B. C.

    €330
  10. Buy Cypriot bowl
    Cypriot bowl

    The bowl is painted with circles and a spiral. Cypro-Archaic period.

    €295
  11. Buy Cypriot bowl
    Cypriot bowl

    The bowl or dish is decorated with painted circles and a spiral. Cypro-Archaic period.

    €285
  12. Small Corinthian alabastron
    Small Corinthian alabastron

    Tear-drop shaped oil vessel with traces of painting. From an old German collection, acquired in 1965 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery in Cologne.

    €200
  13. Hellenistic miniature hydria
    Hellenistic miniature hydria

    Reported to have been found in Central Italy. Perfectly preserved, small vase. Acquired in 1965 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery in Cologne.

    €260
  14. Eastern greek imitation of a Lydion
    Eastern greek imitation of a Lydion

    Ancient oil vessel with high foot. Acquired in 1965 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery in Cologne.

    €200
  15. Archaic Athenian amphoriskos
    Archaic Athenian amphoriskos

    Miniature shape of the Athenian "ΣΟΣ"-amphorae. Reported to have been found in Apulia, impressive example of trade in Ancient Greece. Acquired in 1967 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery in Cologne.

    €485
  16. Athenian oinochoe
    Athenian oinochoe

    Nicely preserved, delicate piece of ancient art. 4th century B.C. Acquired 1965 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery, Cologne, Germany.

    €335
  17. Greek or etruscan oinochoe from Spina
    Greek or etruscan oinochoe from Spina

    Nicely preserved, delicate piece of ancient art. Reported to have been found in Spina area, Emilia Romagna, Italy. Acquired 1965 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery, Cologne, Germany.

    €375
  18. Gnathia-ware Apulian oinochoe
    Gnathia-ware Apulian oinochoe with vine branch

    Nicely preserved, delicate piece of ancient art. Decorated with vine branch. Acquired 1965 at Hermann Zirkel Gallery, Cologne, Germany.

    €375
  19. Roman plate with richly decorated handles
    Greek or Roman plate with richly decorated handles

    Made in 2nd - 1ct century B.C., Roman Republic. Handles decorated with tendrils and Silen heads. From the Austrian collection of Prof. Ritschel, carrier of the Large Cross of Honor of the Austrian Republic and many other prizes and honors.

    €650
  20. Perfectly preserved hellenistic Chytra from Magna Graecia
    Perfectly preserved hellenistic Chytra from Magna Graecia

    From a German collection, acquired 1970 from Louis Meier, UK (presumably a gallery located in London)

    €590
  21. Megarian bowl decorated with caduceus
    Megarian bowl decorated with caduceus

    From the collection of Prof. Ritschel, Salzburg, Austria, president of the local museum association, author of over 50 history books, decorated many times for his achievements.

    €785
  22. Perfectly preserved apulian Epichysis
    Perfectly preserved Epichysis

    Great condition, vivid colors. Decorated with lion heads, pomegranate and vine branches.

    €1,250
  23. Greek guttos with Triton on sea monster
    Greek guttos with Triton on sea monster

    From the Austrian collection of Prof. Ritschel, carrier of the Large Cross of Honor of the Austrian Republic and many other prizes and honors. Very nicely preserved, interesting unusual piece.

    €570
  24. Buy Core-formed glass
    Core-formed glass juglet

    The brown glass with a decorative wave pattern imitates the shape of a Greek metal or pottery hydria, but without the handles at the sides. A nice example for the early glass production in Greek to Hellenistic times.

    €2,080
  25. Greek core-formed glass alabastron
    Alabastron from colourful core-formed glass

    Colourful example from the beginning of glass manufacturing in ancient Greece. Glass vessels like this were manufactured on the island of Rhodos during the 5th and 4th century BC.

    €3,140
  26. Buy Greek core-formed glass alabastron
    Core-formed glass alabastron

    Colourful example from the beginning of glass manufacturing in ancient Greece. Glass vessels like this were manufactured on the island of Rhodos during the 5th century BC.

    €1,850
  27. Italo-korinthische Pyxis mit drei eingeritzten Pferden
    Italo-corinthian Pyxis with horses

    From an old Swiss collection, btw 1986 and 2001 on loan at the archeologic collection of the University of Zürich. About 6th century BC.

    €425
  28. Rare Apulian terracotta patera
    Rare Apulian terracotta patera

    From an old Swiss collection, btw 1986 and 2001 on loan at the archeologic collection of the University of Zürich.

    €695
  29. Italo-geometric jar
    Italo-geometric jar with two handles

    From an old Swiss collection, btw 1986 and 2001 on loan at the archeologic collection of the University of Zürich. 7th century BC, perfectly preserved ornamental painting.

    €465
  30. Ägyptischen Skarabäus mit Lebensschleife kaufen
    Hellenistic core formed glass

    Elaborate early glass vessel. Opaque blue body with white decorative bands forming spirals and feathers. Late 4th to 3rd cent. BC.

    €1,690

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