Protosumerian Pink Limestone Amulet in the Shape of a Boar
Period: Djemdet Nasr, Late 4th Millenium B.C.
Material: Pink Limestone
Dimensions: Length: 7.1cm
Price: CHF 66'000.00, USD 71.834.40, EUR 54.714.00
Provenance: European art market, acquired in the 1980's.
Conditions: Excellent condition, with inlays remaining, and a nice pink like patina.
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AAMS D.N., "When Orpheus Sang, An Ancient Bestiary", Paris 2004, n. 7