Clio’s Trust for Ancient Art Facilitates Gift of Ancient Glass to Mint Museum of Art

We are pleased to announce that our Trust for Ancient Art has rounded out the year by facilitating the donation of a collection of ancient Roman glass from an anonymous Atlanta collector, acquired many years ago in Israel, to the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Mint had previously benefited from the… Read More Clio’s Trust for Ancient Art Facilitates Gift of Ancient Glass to Mint Museum of Art

Megarian Ware: Transition and Continuity from the Hellenistic to Roman Worlds

Two closely related pottery bowls on our website typify a type of pottery marking the all important transition from the later Hellenistic period to the time of Roman dominance, even before the formal establishment of Rome’s empire, of the broader Mediterranean world. Both bowls are examples of what is generally termed Megarian Ware, a type… Read More Megarian Ware: Transition and Continuity from the Hellenistic to Roman Worlds

Donated to the Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC

Today our Trust for Ancient Art gifted this superb 14th Century English glazed ceramic floor tile to the Mint Museum of Art in Charlotte, North Carolina. It fills a large gap in their collections of English ceramics and ceramic history in general. ¬†Our Trust for Ancient Art has donated over 40 examples of ancient Egyptian,… Read More Donated to the Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC