Indus Valley Terracotta Pottery Artifacts, 3000 - 2500 BC



Indus Valley, c. 3rd Millennium BC. Fine Indus Valley vessel from Baluchistan. A rare tiered jar with concave base, elaborately decorated with intricate designs executed in black over the orange clay. Dia: 4-1/2". Intact, with strong mineral deposits. Ex Pennsylvania estate. #AP2109: $399 SOLD

Indus Valley, Nal Culture of Baluchistan, c. 2900 - 2500 BC. Fantastic terracotta oil lamp. The body rounded with raised disk foot, the corners pinched to form spouts, brown line decoration on each. Intact with earthen encrustation. H: 2" (5.1 cm); W: 3 3/4" (9.5 cm). Ex Los Angeles private collection. #1011370x2: $350 SOLD


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Indus Valley, Nal culture, Baluchistan, c. 2800 - 2600 BC. A delicate Indus Valley terracotta bowl with very thin near vertical walls and small ring foot. The sides are decorated with concentric rectangles connected by horizontal lines, the inner rim painted with a heavy brown stripe. The design imitates the temple walls' architecture of the period! Very interesting. Some repair. 2 1/8" (5.4 cm) tall; 3 1/8" (8 cm) diameter. Ex Southern California collection. #0910218: $325 SOLD