In the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, we are still here in Wilmington, NC, more or less in one piece. Many others in Southeastern North Carolina and beyond were not as fortunate. Below are a couple of images from the aftermath of the storm. Our inventory is intact but please note that many local post… Read More Hurricane Florence Update
Over the years we’ve sold countless ancient pottery oil lamps. As is typical of the market for this type of antiquity, most ancient lamps are the more common low-fired pottery lamps from the Levant (Palestine / Israel / Jordan / Syria). These have a special significance for many collectors and the general public because of… Read More A Sample of our finer Roman oil lamps
We’ve added some new items to our online shops, including the following: In our Amazon.com bookstore, we’ve added a couple of new titles – In our Etsy shop, some fine antiquities-related 19th Century prints –
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.
Hello Clio Customers, Friends and Fans: We are offering a huge 25% off of everything in our eBay store, including antiquities, ancient coins and books, through January 31. It’s been years since we’ve offered such a large discount, so please take a look. Pay the listed price and your 25% will be promptly refunded to… Read More 25% Off through 1/31 at Clio’s eBay Store
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
This week’s featured object does not come from the Mediterranean, Classical or Near Eastern worlds but from Southeast Asia. It represents an important phase in Asian history in which China retreated from the world stage, leaving smaller kingdoms to fill the resulting gap in international trade. In a Blog article earlier this month (https://clioantiquities.wordpress.com/2016/10/01/distant-connections-contact-and-object-exchange-between-mediterranean-and-far-east-asian-civilizations-in-the-first-few-centuries-ce/) we… Read More This Week’s Featured Object: 15th Century Thai Glazed Pottery Jar