Category: bowl

Repoussé floral dish made by Reed & Barton…

Repoussé floral dish made by Reed & Barton, circa early 20th century.

“Ingrid” glass bowl designed by Curt Schlevogt…

Ingrid” glass bowl designed by Curt Schlevogt, circa 1920s.

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#stonehouseartifacts #marblebowl #marble #bowl #bigwhitebowl
(at Bellingham, Washington)

Hellenistic Gilt Silver Bowl with Complex Orna…

Hellenistic Gilt Silver Bowl with Complex Ornament, 2nd-1st Century BC

A
shallow silver bowl with thickened chamfered rim, concentric gilt bands,
one with reserve scrolled vines with bunches of grapes on a textured
field; central disc with octofoil and four radiating leaves, coiled
tendrils on a pointillé textured field with running wave border. 254
grams, 17.5cm (6 ¾".

Watch it described on youtube

Hellenistic Gilt Silver Bowl with Complex Orna…

Hellenistic Gilt Silver Bowl with Complex Ornament, 2nd-1st Century BC

A
shallow silver bowl with thickened chamfered rim, concentric gilt bands,
one with reserve scrolled vines with bunches of grapes on a textured
field; central disc with octofoil and four radiating leaves, coiled
tendrils on a pointillé textured field with running wave border. 254
grams, 17.5cm (6 ¾".

Watch it described on youtube

Roman Mosaic Glass Bowl, Eastern Mediterranean…

Roman Mosaic Glass Bowl, Eastern Mediterranean, Late 1st Century BC – 1st Century AD

Rare Sassanian Masterpiece Shallow Bowl with I…

Rare Sassanian Masterpiece Shallow Bowl with Ibex & `Champion Defender of Good’
Inscription,
7th Century AD

A very rare silver
dish with applied basal ring, incised line below the inner rim,
high-relief profile image of an ibex advancing on an uneven surface; the
basal ring with pointillé inscription, possibly indicating the weight
of the piece; the ibex gilded, with hatched areas to the neck, chest and
legs, curled horns, two billowing streamers attached to the rear of the
neck and trefoil before the chest; the baseline formed from six
bell-shaped humps with punched detailing of leaves and flowers, each
with a hatched outline; reserved tree with fruit and leaves, two birds
perched on the curved trunk; Pahlavi inscription on the footed base edge
reading: ‘YLP(a)S HWsh’; YL for ‘Champion (pahlavan); P(a)S: Protector,
defender; HWSh (khosh) Happiness and Goodness’, making the full
meaning: ‘Champion Defender of Good’. 436 grams, 20cm (8").

Although
the Sassanian empire was centered in Mesopotamia, it played a major
role in religious, political, and visual culture in the Byzantine and
early Islamic eastern Mediterranean. The empire’s early years were
marked by the emergence of key institutions and cultural developments
that would shape Sassanian culture for several centuries.These include
complex court ceremonies, diplomatic relationships with Rome and, later,
Constantinople, the state-sponsored practice of Zoroastrianism, and the
luxury production of silks and silver plate.

Gorgeous #stonehouseartifacts #marblebowl #po…

Gorgeous
#stonehouseartifacts #marblebowl #polishedmarble #bowl #birdbath #pnw #interiordecor #destinationshop #bellingham (at StoneHouse Artifacts)

Excessively Rare Neo-Elamite Phiale Mesomphalos for Ampirish,…

Excessively Rare Neo-Elamite Phiale Mesomphalos for Ampirish, King of Sama ti, Son of Dabala, 7th-6th Century BC

A silver phiale mesomphalos with intersecting bulbous gadroons to the base, flaring rim and central boss decorated with rosette and framed by lines; short cuneiform inscription to the rim refers to Ampirish, son of Dabala. Ampirish was the ruler of Samati, a small kingdom whose location has yet to be discovered.  17cm (6 ¾”)

Learn more about this vessel from this video

Hellenistic Greek Linear Cut Glass Bowl, 2nd-1st Century…

Hellenistic Greek Linear Cut Glass Bowl, 2nd-1st Century BC

Mold-made or cast bowls, such as this example, first make their appearance in the late Hellenistic period.