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Greek Core-Form Glass Trefoil Oinochoe Lot 27 Part of a live auction event on Thursday, Aug 2

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Seller: artemisgallerylive (37) 100%, Location: Louisville, Colorado, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 263828051930 LOT 27Seller's Estimate: USD 6,000 - 9,000 Ancient Greece, eastern Mediterranean, probably from Rhodes, ca. early 5th century BCE. A striking core-formed glass oinochoe vessel with a piriform body, a trefoil spout, and a high curved strap handle in mesmerizing saturated blue hues with contrasting tangerine orange and sky blue banding as well as a register of zigzagged swags. Dark cobalt blue was favored by the ancients in part because it reminded them of precious lapis lazuli. A beautiful vessel like this would have been made for the elites of ancient society. Size: 2.875" H (7.3 cm) According to the Corning Museum of Glass, core forming is "the technique of forming a vessel by winding or gathering molten glass around a core supported by a rod. After forming, the object is removed from the rod and annealed. After annealing, the core is removed by scraping." (https://www.cmog.org/glass-dictionary/core-forming). This process of glass making was begun in the late 16th century BCE by glassmakers of Mesopotamia, and then adopted by Egyptian glassmakers in the 15th century BCE. The technique almost came to an end in the so-called Dark Ages of Mediterranean civilization (1200 to 900 BCE); however, by the 9th century BCE a new generation of glassmakers took up the technique once again, and between the 6th and 4th century BCE core-forming spread throughout the Mediterranean. See similar examples from Camiros, Rhodes in the British Museum, published in D. B. Harden, "Catalogue of Greek and Roman Glass in the British Museum," Volume I, "Core and Rod-Formed Vessels and Pendants and Mycenean Cast Objects" (London 1981), p. 98, nos. 258-61. Provenance: private East Coast, USA collection All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #135606 Condition Report: Normal surface wear commensurate with age with expected scratches, a couple of spalls, and a slightly impressed divot below the handle. Payment: The buyer is responsible for paying the seller directly after winning the item. Details on accepted payment methods and where to send payment are provided in an invoice from the seller. Shipping: The buyer is responsible for paying all shipping costs and arranging for shipping and delivery with the seller. Additional shipping details from the seller: Auction House will ship, at Buyer's expense For more information see terms and conditions Knowing when to bid: An event can last a few hours. To help figure out when an item will come up for auction, watch the pace of the event and keep in mind that items usually come up in lot order.Antiquities | Egypt, Greece, Italy, Asia offered by Artemis Gallery Thursday, August 02, 2018 | 07:00AM GMT-07:00 Louisville, Colorado, USA

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