Collection of Antiquities & Export Licence's

S/N:TSFS503

  • £1,395.00
  • €1,671 Euro
  • $1,869 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Collection of Antiquities & Export Licence's

THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL
A wonderful collection of four framed Cyprian antiquities with hanging hooks and chains. Each antiquities is numbered and has a export licence, wax seals and small paper labels. These particular export licences are dated February/March 1937 from the Government of Cyprus, Department of Antiquities. Each licence has a small description and two are dated with 700bc and 300bc.

The items in question are a tear drop glass bottle, a clay oil lamp, miniature black and red clay jug and a small glass vessel. Each document is housed in a ebonised frame with a gilt slip, a small brass hook where the relevant antiquities hang on a small piece of brass chain. In all round great condition minor foxing to the documentation a small section of veneer missing to a outer left of one frame.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 42cm (16.54in)
  • W: 25.5cm (10.04in)

Period: 

18th Century & Earlier

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THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL

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Gorleston-on-Sea
Norfolk
NR31, UK
United Kingdom

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My partner and I have been collecting unique, decorative antiques for the past 10 years, travelling far and wide sourcing the best our pockets could afford.

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