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Antique Persian Luristan Bronze Statuette of a Woman (c. 6th Century BC)

Antique Persian Luristan Bronze Statuette of a Woman (c. 6th Century BC)

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OWN A PIECE OF HISTORY!

This is a stunning ancient Persian Luristan bronze statue of a woman (c. 6th century BC) in good condition for its age. The woman is nude and leaning slightly on one hip, her flowing hair back out of her face, and one arm draped in a cloth while holding a staff. The other arm was broken off and other signs of wear are visible, but the Luristan bronze has formed a beautiful blue-green patina, together adding to the beauty and intrigue of the mysterious piece. Mounted, it would make a distinctive impression upon any art collection.

This artifact has been attested as authentic ancient Near Eastern and/or Persian in origins by Mr. Matthew Wicks of Ancient Hands, LTD, attributing it to the 6th century B.C. The Near Eastern and/or Persian regions describe the land areas of Turkey, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia. A digital PDF copy of the statue's "Provenance & Ownership" documentation is attached.

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