Ancient Roman Terracotta & Pottery Artifacts for Sale
Ancient Roman North Africa, c. 2nd - 4th Century AD. Fantastic red-ware bowl. Sturdy construction, with bead rim and tall foot, the outside of the bowl with an incised decoration. H: 2 1/4" (5.7 cm), Dia: 6 1/4" (15.8 cm). Intact, small area of antique restoration on foot. Collection notes "VIZE COLL MAY 92 LOT 392, P 898" written in red on the inside of the foot. ex-Dr. Meyers Collection, Canton, Ohio. A great display piece, could still be used to store or display dry goods! #A12219: $499
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Terra Sigillata Decorated Pottery Fragments

Many with early Christian iconography. Ex-Royal Athena, NY.


Roman North Africa, c. 3rd Century AD. Fantastic Roman red slip handled drinking cup. With piriform body, raised base and single handle. Intact, minor chip to base, earthen deposits. 4 7/8 in (12.4 cm). Ex Dr. Gilles Collection, Germany, acquired during the 1950’s & 60’s. Feels great in-hand. Excellent! #AR2279: $750


Ancient Rome, c. 1st - 2nd Century BC. Large Roman orange-ware jug, Eastern Mediterranean. The globular body with decorative grooves around the shoulder and raised disk base, the narrow neck with flared mouth and single loop handle. H: 8 1/8" (20.7 cm); W: 7 3/4" (19.7 cm). Intact with mineral deposits throughout. Ex Las Vegas, NV collection. Huge and impressive! #AR2278: $599

Ancient Rome, c. 1st-4th Century AD. Nice Roman terracotta amphora. With two handles, the body tapering to a rounded, flat foot. H: 5 3/4" (14.6cm). Intact with nice earthen deposits. Ex-Antiques Gallery, Superior Stamp and Coin, Beverly Hills. #AR2213: $375

Ancient Roman, 3rd - 4th Century AD. Nice large two-handled jug. The body ovoid with well-turned foot, and flared mouth with thick angled lip. H: 6 1/8 in (15.5 cm). Intact and quite nice! Ex Orange County, CA private collection. #AR2212: $399


Roman North Africa, 3rd - 4th Century AD. Large orange-ware shallow bowl or dish. With steeply angled walls, a wide, flat bottom and a narrow ring base. Dia: 9" (22.9 cm). Intact, earthen encrustation on the bottom. Ex San Diego private collection. ex-New Jersey Superior Court judge private collection; ex-Coincraft, London, acquired 1994. Nice display piece! #AR2223: $499

A large Roman red-ware amphora, c. 3rd - 4th Century AD. The body with vertical ribbing ridges around the shoulder, the foot is flared and a pair of strap handles flank the widely flared mouth. H: 10" (25.5 cm). Intact with remaining deep brick-red slip. Ex Las Vegas, NV coll. Huge impressive display piece! #AR2280: $899

Ancient Phoenicia, 1st-2nd century AD.
Tall terracotta unguentarium or oil vial. Nice remains of red painted stripe around top of neck and rim. Large 162 mm (6 3/8") tall. Repaired at the neck. #901271x2: $299

Ancient Greco-Roman buff-ware aryballos, c. 4th-3rd century BC. Nice little piece with single moulded-handle and small foot. Some repair, hole in one side. Stands 68 mm (2 5/8") tall. #271026: $199




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Ancient Roman terracotta jug, 2nd-3rd century AD. Nice single-handled, spouted example. Measures 4 1/4 inches tall by 3 1/4 inches wide. #2125: $285 SOLD

Ancient Roman wide dish, 2nd-3rd century AD. Great style, with pronounced lip and circular ridges around. Measures 6 3/8 inches diameter by 2 1/2 inches tall. #2122: $225 SOLD

Ancient Roman terracotta small juglet, 1st-3rd century AD. Top of spout broken but original ink excavation tags and museum numbers on base. Stands 43 mm (1 7/8") tall. A neat little piece at a budget price. #271051: $99 SOLD
Roman Empire, 2nd-3rd century AD. Nice wide-rimmed terracotta bowl. Found near Aleppo, Syria. Fine linear details around the indented edge. Measures 155 mm (6 inches) diameter. #51119: $325 SOLD

Roman Empire, 2nd-3rd century AD. Nice terracotta large cup or tall bowl. Found near Aleppo, Syria. Very attractive piece! 115 mm (4 3/8") diameter, stands 96 mm (3 3/4") tall. #51121: $299 SOLD

Roman Empire, 2nd-3rd century AD. Nice redware terracotta bowl. Found near Aleppo, Syria. Beautiful concentric circle design on the inside. 162 mm (6 3/8") diameter. Very nice! #51120: $299 SOLD

Ancient Roman clay spindle bottle, c. 1st - 2nd Century AD. Intact and as nice as they come, with light abrasions on the surface. Mounted on custom stand. Bottle itself measures 10 cm (3 7/8"). A fantastic display piece! #A11042-1: $350 SOLD

Roman earthenware jar from the Holy Land, c. 1st – 3rd Century AD. With a globular body and small disk base, the single strap handle attaching to a thick rim. Minor restoration at rim. H: 5 1/8" (13.1 cm). Ex-Hamedian Gallery, Jerusalem. #861201: $225 SOLD

Ancient Roman Holy Land, c. 1st century AD. Terracotta cup. Wide mouthed with low disc foot. Very nicely preserved with some areas of earthen encrustation. 92x70 mm (3 5/8 x 2 3/4"). A great piece! #901268: $175 SOLD
Ancient Roman Holy Land, c. 1st century AD. Large terracotta jar. Great piece with ovoid body and tall neck with flattened rim. Very nice state of preservation. From an old Southern California collection, acquired in the 1940's-1950's. Stands 124 mm (4 7/8") tall. #901267: $199 SOLD

Holy Land, under Roman occupation, 1st - 2nd Century AD. Nice large Roman pottery jar. Body ovoid with disk foot and strap handle, light ridges around the neck and thick lip. Intact with light earthen encrustation. H: 6 3/4" (17.2 cm). Ex English private collection. A very nice display piece! #0611206: $299 SOLD

Ancient Roman shipwreck! A sea encrusted Roman jar, c. 3rd - 5th Century AD. Sturdily made with single handle and wide mouth. Some minor rim chipping under the heavy marine encrustation, likely caused during the wreck. Small hole/perforation under lip on front. H: 6 3/4" (17.2 cm). A nice display piece! Ex Australian private collection. #AR2091x3: $750 SOLD