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Item:323941810132Late Byzantine or Gazaria (Genoese colonies), Crimea, near the Temple of Jupiter Dolichenus in Balaklava, near the city of Sebastopol, Crimea, Ukraine. Archaeological finding. XIV-th or early XV-th century AD!Up for sale is a very rare and absolutely GENUINE glazed pottery fragment found near the chancel of the Temple of Jupiter Dolichenus in Balaklava, near Sebastopol. This pottery fragment was found in a horison dated back to the XIV or early XV Century AD. It's a very rare late Greek or Italian artifact with a precisely known provenance! This is a rare piece of a medieval eastern European art! This pottery fragment demonstrates strong Islamic cultural influence showing eastern floral patterns and characteristic curved lines! However, it was made BEFORE the Crimean Khanate! This fragment is far from being complete, however, it has a very beautiful coloration survived from the XIV century! Nice piece of a Medieval artwork! This piece is ABSOLUTELY genuine and it is heavily patinated with time. Looks really cool and old in hands. This pictures hardly do its justice. Must be seen in person to be fully appreciated! Don't miss this unusual archaeological finding! SIZE 12 X 9,5 X 3,8 cm I list some interesting specimens this week. Please look at my other items. PLEASE NOTE - I ship worldwide, with the exception of Russian federation. Strange it may be, but that's my rule. - I ship all items with Russian Post via REGISTERED mail ONLY. The Tracking Number will be provided. - I ship from Saint-Petersburg, Northwest Russia. - I usually ship within 3 business days of receiving cleared payment. - Shipping costs for the item shown are inclusive of packaging etc. - I will combine orders to reduce overall shipping cost. The Buyer pays 1-6 dollars for each additional item, depending on a shipping weight. - All items may be subject to customs processing and additional charges. As the buyer, you should be aware of possible: * delays from customs inspection. * import duties and taxes which buyers must pay. * brokerage fees payable at the point of delivery. - I usually write "Abrasive material specimen for study" or "Geological sample for education" or something like that in item description to avoid ANY troubles with customs. Thank you for visiting and good luck!Material:Pottery
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SUPERB LATE BYZANTINE or Genoese XIV c. glazed pottery from Sebastopol, UKRAINE