Bronze Age Ancient Armenian Artifacts
Extremely Rare!
These artifacts were discovered in turn-of-the-century excavations near Razdan, Armenia. They have been determined by specialists to date from circa 1,000 BC, and belonged to the tribes that eventually formed the Armenian nation.

Early Armenia, c. 1000 BC. Ceramic small jar or pot. Deep black coloration from being burned in antiquity. In great condition, not restored or repaired. Great root marks on surfaces. Some age cracks but otherwise stout and sturdy. Stands 90 mm (3 1/2") tall. ex-Glendale, CA private collection. #arm271052: $325 SOLD
Pre-Urartu Armenia, 1800-900 BC. Two bronze bracelets. Each made of a single thick rounded wire. ex-Glendale, CA private collection. #arm282: $175 each or $300/pair

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Coins & Artifacts:

Artaxiad Dynasty:

Early Armenia, c. 1000 BC. Ceramic single-handled pot or large cup. Great design of 6 incised ridges around upper body. Burned in antiquity, now has nice black coloration. Intact minus some small rim chips common for pieces of this age. 132 mm across x 68 mm tall. #1000: $375 SOLD

Early Armenia, c. 1000 BC. Ceramic large pot. Amazingly well preserved. Orange coloration with dark areas and tree root marks/lines overall. Stunning! 112 mm diameter x 106 mm tall. #1001: $375 SOLD

Early Armenia, c. 1000 BC. Ceramic small jar or pot. Deep black coloration from being burned in antiquity. Only a small rim chip, otherwise in great shape! Stout and sturdy. 72 x 72 mm. #1003: $199 SOLD

Early Armenia, c. 1000 BC. Large ceramic dish. Two small holes at top originally made for hanging on string, or for draining oils, etc. Outstanding piece with even black patina. 155 mm diameter x 40 mm tall. #1002: $295 SOLD

Pre-Urartu Armenia, 1800-900 BC. Bronze finger-ring, actually made up of two rings, fused together in antiquity, likely part of a burial. From a private Amersfoort collection, Netherlands. #802: $185 SOLD


Early Armenia, c. 1000 BC. Ceramic wide-bellied cooking pot. Tapered upper lip and nice incised ring around upper body. The lower portion shows use from being cooked with/burned in antiquity, now with nice black coloration. Completely intact minus some small rim chips common for pieces of this age. 140 mm (5 inches) across x 105 mm (4 1/4") tall. ex-Glendale, CA private collection. #arm271038: $399 SOLD

Early Armenia, c. 1000 BC. Fantastic large ceramic pot. Nice round thumb-handle on rim, great design of multiple incised ridges around upper body. Black color indicates it was probably burned in antiquity. Intact except for a small hairline age crack on one edge. 155 mm (6 1/4") wide and 97 mm (3 3/4") tall. A beautiful piece! From my own personal collection. #arm271039: $499 SOLD