Here are images, with links, to some recent additions to our Etsy and eBay online stores. Links will open in a new window or tab.
I attended a lovely reception last night (April 20) at the University of North Carolina Wilmington’s Randall Library for the opening of “Illumination,” a one month show focusing on research conducted by UNCW Art History students, under the guidance of Professor Nick Hudson, on a group of 100 ancient oil lamps and pottery vessels from… Read More Images from “Illumination” exhibit on ancient oil lamps at UNC Wilmington
The images below represent a good sample of the many ancient Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, early Islamic and other Mediterranean and related antiquities and ancient coins sold by Clio Ancient Art during 2016. Some of our regular customers reading this blog entry might recognize pieces they now own. As always we have many more items… Read More A Sample of Our Sold Antiquities from 2016
As 2016 nears it’s end, we are proud to share with you that Clio Ancient Art facilitated gifts of ancient pottery oil lamps and vessels from one of our clients to 3 colleges and universities: * University of Missouri at Kansas City Department of Classical Studies * University of North Carolina at Wilmington Department of… Read More Clio Ancient Art Facilitates Major Gifts of Antiquities to Three Universities and Colleges
Unique gifts. Fine ancient Roman, Egyptian, Greek, Cypriot, Holy Land and other antiquities and ancient art… Read More Holiday Shopping with Clio Ancient Art
This week’s featured object is a lovely marbled glass bottle sometimes referred to as an unguentarium, from “unguent” meaning a salve or ointment, though in the Roman world this would most commonly have been a scented oil either for personal use or for funerary rites. Reassembled from a few large fragments, like most of its… Read More Clio’s Object of the Week: A Rare Roman Glass Marbled Unguentarium, Early 1st Century AD