THE PRINCETON COLLECTION

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         The antiquities in the Princeton Collection were acquired primarily in the 1980's and 90's and brought to the US in 1998. They are numerous and varied and include an excellent selection of high quality Greek, Egyptian, Near Eastern, Holy Land, Chinese, and pre-Columbian art. The collector has now moved on to other interests and is in the process of divesting his antiquities collection. Here we present a number of excellent pieces from the collection along with cabinet images of others. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


EXCEPTIONAL GREEK EGYPTIAN
NEAR EASTERN PRECOLUMBIAN THE CABINETS
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SOME EXCEPTIONAL PIECES

WITH OXFORD TL CERTIFICATE

11112. LARGE HAN DYNASTY FLYING HORSE. China, Han Dynasty, 207 BC - 220 AD. A magnificent large ceramic horse of very fine style proudly prancing with head and tail held erect. Height from hooves to top of head 42.5", Length from back hoof to front hoof 46.5", Depth 9". On professional custom acrylic stand. In excellent condition. An important museum quality piece, in fact a major museum has expressed an interest that this piece to be donated. More photos available. Oxford TL certificate. View 2.

The Han 'flying horse' style refers to figures of running horses depicted with all or most hooves off the ground. As a result they have no base and would require a support under the belly.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer. Accompanied by Oxford Authentication TL certificate #C298c51 dated 22 October 1998.

Price On request.



11111. LARGE HAN DYNASTY STANDING HORSE. China, Han Dynasty, 207 BC - 220 AD. A large ceramic horse standing with head, neck and tail held proudly erect. Free standing without a base. More information pending. More photos available.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

Price On Request.



WITH OXFORD TL CERTIFICATE

11119. LARGE HAN DYNASTY MYTHICAL BEING. China, Sichuan Province, 206 BC - 220 AD. 40 inches in height. View 1. View 2. View 3. View 4.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's. Accompanied by Oxford TL certificate C119K40.

$12,500.



WITH OXFORD TL CERTIFICATE

11096. MATCHING PAIR OF BEARDED FOREIGN WARRIORS, China, Sui Dynasty, 581-618 AD. The large ceramic warriors both standing at attention wearing armor and helmets and resting their large oval shields on the ground in front of them. Both figures with rare straw glaze. Dimensions 5.5 inches wide x 18 inches in height. Both figures intact with no repair or restoration. Sui Dynasty art is quite rare, especially to find a fine matching pair of large bearded warriors such as these.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer. Accompanied by Oxford Laboratory TL test certificate number C199K34.

$10,000.



EXCEPTIONAL HIEROGLYPHIC ARTWORK

11107. EGYPTIAN MUMMY SARCOPHAGUS. Late Period, c. 400 BC. Polychrome gesso on wood. An exceptional piece decorated with multiple registers of fine figural artwork annotated with numerous small detailed hieroglyphs. Painting includes a winged scarab, the mummy on an embalming table, with the four sons of Horus depicted as lids on canopic jars. The back also painted with a full sized side view of the deceased, a beautiful young lady of noble birth. Condition is generally excellent with no inpainting or restoration. 74x17x18 inches. Front View. Closeup. Full oblique left view. View 1. View 2. View 3. View 4. View 5. View 6. Full view of back. Top of back. Hi res. Hi res base. Hi res back.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection, acquired from a US dealer in the 1990's.

Price on request.



BEAUTIFUL SARCOPHAGUS

11108. EGYPTIAN MUMMY SARCOPHAGUS OF A BEARDLESS YOUTH. Ptolemaic Period, 3rd-2nd century BC. Complete with base and lid. Painted gesso on wood depicting the deceased as a beardless youth, the front decorated with the God Anubis above a column of hieroglyphs against a cream ground. Height 50 inches. In generally excellent condition with no inpainting or restoration. Oblique right view.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection, acquired from a US dealer in the 1990's.

Price On Request.



ATTRIBUTED TO THE BOWDOIN PAINTER

11120. ATTIC RED-FIGURE LEKYTHOS. Greece, Athens, about 470 BC. The lekythos depicting the figure of a beautifully painted winged Nike (Goddess of Victory) flying right with head reverted and carrying a disk (victory wreath?) in her left hand, Greek key designs above and below. Of exceptionally beautiful classical style. Attributed by Christie's to the Bowdoin Painter.

The Bowdoin Painter is known for his Attic red-figured lekythoi painted in the finest high classical style. His pieces are featured in major museums including two in the J. Paul Getty Museum, and others in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Walter's Art Museum, and the Princeton Art Museum.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection, acquired at Christie's Antiquities sale 6 July 1994.

$14,000.




GREEK & ROMAN ART

WITH EXPORT PERMIT FROM THE LOUVRE

11075. APULIAN GREEK RED-FIGURE BELL KRATER, Greek colonies in Southern Italy, 4th century BC. The obverse with a young lady wearing a himation over her chiton, holding out a large platter she is offering to a nude satyr seated on rocks holding a tympanum. The reverse depicting two robed, diademed noble youths standing on either side of an altar, one making an offering over it, Greek key ground line below. The vessel with wide flat rim and twin upturned handles on the sides, large wave pattern under the rim. 9.5 x 10.5 inches. Small scratch one side that can be easily restored, otherwise completely intact and original with no repair, restoration or repainting.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection, acquired by the current owner from a European dealer in the 1980s-1990s. Accompanied by French export permit #011643 from the Louvre museum dated January 29, 1993.

$4500.



11121. ATTIC RED FIGURE LEKYTHOS. Athens, Greece, 5th-4th century BC. With winged female figure bearing a casket.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$2250.



11060. APULIAN GREEK RED FIGURE LEKANIS, Southern Italy, c. 4th century BC. With the head of a lady of style on side A, a leopard on side B. 8 inches across handles, 5 inches in height. Intact.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$2500.



11062. MESSAPIAN GREEK TROZELLA, South Italy, c. 350 BC. 6.5 x 7 inches. One handle repaired but all original. Scarce and elegant type.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$1750.



11085. CYPRIOT HORNED BULL TERRA COTTA VESSEL, c. 1000-600 BC. Head and one horn reattached. 5 x 5 inches.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$950.



11093. ATTIC BLACK FIGURE LEKYTHOS, 520-400 BC. 4.75 inches height. Depicting a horseman in pursuit of a Silenos, a standing male figure behind.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1250.



11094. ATTIC BLACK FIGURE LEKYTHOS, c. 6th-5th century BC. Depicting two satyrs accosting a maenad. 4.1 inches height. Neck and handle neatly reattached otherwise intact. Traces of ancient soil adhering.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1250.



11114. UNUSUAL DAUNIAN GREEK 'HAND' OLLA. Southern Italy, 5th-4th century BC. A rare example with one decorative knob in the form of a human hand.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1750.



11110. ROMAN MOSAIC. c. 5th century AD. Depicting a dog stealing food from a tipped over amphora. 33 x 25.5 inches.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$4500.




NEAR EASTERN & INDIAN

OXFORD TL CERTIFICATE

11077. AMLASH INCENSE BURNER IN THE SHAPE OF A BULL, Persia, c. 800 BC. 6 x 8 inches. One horn neatly reattached, otherwise intact and original.

Provenance; The Princeton collection. This piece is accompanied by an authentication report by thermoluminescence analysis from the Oxford Research Laboratory For Archeology, August 1981, number 281z35.

$1850.



11061. CAANANITE VESSEL, Chalcolithic culture, c. 3000 BC. With painted net pattern in red. Two small loop handles. 4 x 4 inches. Scarce. Intact.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$950.



11064. CAANANITE 'TEAPOT' VESSEL WITH RED PAINTED NET DECORATION, Jordan, c. 2950 BC. 7 x 8 inches. All original and intact. Scarce.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$950.



11065. CAANANITE CHOCOLATE WARE AMPHORA, Middle Bronze Age, c. 1880-1600 BC. 7.5 x 9 inches. Multiple decorative lugs around shoulder. Minor restoration to rim, otherwise all original and intact. Old London tag on bottom.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$1250.



11071. CAANANITE STONE VESSEL, Trans-Jordan, Early Bronze Age, c. 3000 BC. 4 x 5.5 inches. Rare.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$1950.



11072. HEAVY ALABASTER TRIPOD OFFERING VESSEL, Jordon, c. 1200 BC. 4 x 7.5 inches. Intact.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$1450.



11073. NEOLITHIC STONE AXE, Morocco, Erfoud region, 2000 BC or earlier. 2 x 6.5 inches. Considerable ancient use polish to blade end.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$350.



11084. BABYLONIAN TERRA COTTA STATUETTE OF A BEARDED MALE GOD WITH A CONICAL HELMET HOLDING A LAMB, c. 1700 BC. 2.5 x 8 inches. Chip to front of base otherwise intact.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1450.



11117. LARGE SOUTH INDIAN FIGURE. c. 17th-18th century. Polychromed wood, 40 inches. View 1. View 2. View 3. View 4.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1850.



11118. PALA SANDSTONE STELE OF A MEDITATING BUDDHA. NE India, 10th century AD. Better detail than the image shows.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$850.




CHINESE PIECES

A BEAUTIFUL PIECE WITH ORIGINAL COLOR

11056. A TONG DYNASTY HORSE, China, Tong (Tang) Dynasty, 618-906 AD. The realistically rendered ceramic horse stands at attention wearing saddle and saddle blanket and a bridle. Beautifully painted in soft violet, red, orange, white and black, the colors all original and largely intact. The piece itself intact with no repair or restoration. Dimensions 12 x 12 inches.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$4000.



11058. TONG (TANG) DYNASTY TERRA COTTA HORSE AND RIDER, c. 7th century AD. Minor losses but all original. 15 x 12 inches.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$2750.



11069. LARGE MING DYNASTY GLAZED OFFERING FIGURE (ONE OF A PAIR), c. 1368-1644 AD. Female figure made in three pieces, all original. 25 inches. Offering dish reattached, otherwise intact. One of a pair.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$2850.



11070. LARGE MING DYNASTY GLAZED OFFERING FIGURE (ONE OF A PAIR), c. 1368-1644 AD. Male figure made in three pieces, all original. Chip to rear of base and slight losses to reattached offering bowl and glaze. 25 inches. One of a pair.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$2850.



11080. SONG (SUNG) DYNASTY LARGE GREY STONE HEAD OF A LOHAN, China, 10th-13th century AD. 7 x 7 x 9 inches. Chip to chin but all original.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1450.



OF VERY ELEGANT FORM

11098. LARGE TONG DYNASTY TERRA COTTA HORSE, China, Tong (Tang) Dynasty, 618-906 AD. The large powerful ceramic stallion standing on an integral base, wearing a saddle and saddle blanket but reinless. Dimensions 6.5 x 18 x 18.5 inches. The base repaired from a couple of large shards, otherwise intact with no repair or restoration.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$8000.



11113. PAIR OF LARGE SONG (SUNG) DYNASTY TILES. China, 960-1279 AD. Carved terra cotta depicting cranes and mangroves.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$3500.



11115. TALL HAN DYNASTY MODEL WELL HEAD. China, 206 BC - 220 AD. Grey glazed terra cotta three level roofed well model. An unusually tall example. ~22 inches.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1450.



11116. VERY LARGE EASTERN HAN DYNASTY COURT FIGURE, China, c. 150 AD. Possibly a groom.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired from an established dealer in the 1990's.

$4500.




EGYPTIAN PIECES

11079. EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF OSIRIS, Ptolemaic Period, c. 3rd century BC. 5.5 inches. The mummiform figure holding crook and flail and wearing pharaonic headdress with ureas cobra. A larger than usual example. Small casting hole on verso otherwise all intact and original. On wooden stand.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$1250.



11068. EGYPTIAN OLD KINGDOM ALABASTER BOWL WITH LATER CARTOUCHE. 3rd Dynasty, c. 2683-2613 BC. Provenance: McGregor Collection. Old tag on bottom gives find spot. Minor repair to rim, stable age lines at bottom. 5 x 8 inches. Very rare. A similar alabaster bowl without the rim can be found in the collection of the Field Museum of Chicago.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$4500.




PRE-COLUMBIAN PIECES

ANTHROPOMORPHIC JAGUAR SHAMAN

11078. LARGE NICOYA POLYCHROME JAGUAR VESSEL, Costa Rica, Guanacaste-NIcoya, Nicoya Peninsula, c. 13th-14th century AD. The large ornately decorated vessel with bulbous pear-shaped body rising to a wide slightly carinated rim standing on three large tripod legs, the front two the paws of the jaguar shaman and the back leg his tail, the paws of his front two legs resting on the knees of the back two. The whole pained with intricate geometrical designs in red and black on a buff ground. Dimensions are 9 x 12 inches. The head neatly and unobtrusively reattached to the body, otherwise all intact and original. A beautiful and impressive large piece.

Human shamans who shape shifted into animals, especially jaguars, under the influence of psychotropic drugs are a specialized motif in Meso-American art. The current piece, with its jaguar head and tail and anthropomorphized arms and legs is an especially impressive example.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired by the current owner from an East Coast antiquities gallery in the 1990's.

$4500.



11066. NAZCA STIRRUP VASE, Peru, c. 200-600 AD. 5 x 5 inches. All original and intact save tiny chip to one spout. On plexiglass ring stand.

Provenance: The Princeton Collection. Acquired in the 1990's from a US antiquities dealer.

$750.




THE CHINESE TABLE

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THE CABINETS

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PRINCETON-73. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-74. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-75. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars. Includes a pair of small Tong (Tang) polychrome horsemen tomb figures. ~5.5 inches tall, the male rider with conical head dress, the female with hair in bun. 618-906 AD. Excellent paint. $1250 for the pair.


PRINCETON-76. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-77. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-78. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-79. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-80. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-81. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-82. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-83. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-84. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-85. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-86. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-87. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-88. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-89. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-90. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-91. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-92. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars. Including a Ming Dynasty green glazed shrine with later Buddha figure. S289 at $2250.


PRINCETON-93. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars.


PRINCETON-94. ADDITIONAL PIECES FROM THE PRINCETON COLLECTION. Collectors who have an interest in pieces not individually listed are invited to inquire as to the particulars. The two Attic red figure lekythoi are listed separately as 11120 and 11121 above.