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September 04 2013

Persian. Mound-shaped, light beige agate stamp seal with a male figure riding an animal, a standing animal, crescent moon, sun and other inscriptions around the perimeter and a standing male figure on the bottom. 

500 BC.

July 30 2013

Asian. Bronze stamp seal with inscriptions on bottom. A mythical dragon-like creature on top of the base. Green patina.

1300 AD
Reposted bymorfine morfine
Persian limestone stamp seal with inscriptions. 

1300’s AD

April 16 2013

Asian. Carved variegated green jade stamp seal with Asian characters at the bottom, a turtle with a head of a dragon on top. 1300 AD (4" x 3" x 3 1/4")

April 04 2013

Mesopotamian. Translucent blue glass stamp seal in the shape of a scarab: a winged animal with geometric designs. 1200 BC (¾")
Reposted byzoraxdieselmower

March 06 2013

Persian. Brass, oval shaped stamp seal: a lion and incised lettering and  calligraphic symbol. 1800’s AD (1 1/4” x 3/4”)

March 04 2013

Persian. Agate stamp seal: A running stag. Hole for wearability. Sassanian. 600 AD (1”)
Reposted byadharaMissLavandula
Ancient Mesopotamian. Black steatite stamp seal: a bird with outspread wings. The reverse with an incised geometric design. Hole for wearability. 2000 BC (1 1/2”)
Holy Land. Silver seal with back loop, the central motif with Star of David, calligraphy around the outer border. 700-200 BC (2 1/2” x 2”)

February 21 2013

Ancient Sumerian. Black steatite stamp seal in the shape of a scarab: four lines of cuneiform writing. Holes for wearability.
2200 BC (3/4" x 1/2")

February 07 2013

Babylonian. Black steatite stamp seal: a seated ruler. Before him, a winged humanlike figure pays homage. The reverse with an incised geometric design. Hole for wearability. 1920 BC (2")

January 23 2013

Ancient Sumerian. One gray steatite cylinder seal  with a seated figure and designs (2"), one black steatite stamp seal with a horned animal and designs (1 ¼" x 1" ). Both wearable. 3000 - 2000 BC.

January 22 2013

Sumerian. Black steatite stamp seal: A horned animal looking toward its back. 3000 BC (1 ¼" x 1")
Reposted byfrittatensuppe frittatensuppe

January 14 2013

Ancient Syrian seals. One steatite cylinder seal  with seated figures and a horned animal (1 ¾” ), one black steatite stamp seal with a  seated figure facing another standing figure ( 2 ¼” ). Incised of design of fish visible. Both wearable. 2000 BC

January 11 2013

Ancient Syrian. Beige limestone cylinder seal: two horned animal and a standing figure in the middle. Bird-like figure also visible. Hole for wearability. 2000 BC (1”)

December 10 2012

Ancient Syrian. Black steatite stamp seal: an erotic scene of a couple copulating. A sun burst in the sky above them. The reverse with incised linear designs. Hole for wearability. 200 BC (2" x 1 ¼")

November 20 2012

Ancient Persian.Chalcedony stamp seal:A lion with full mane. Hole for wearability.  Sassanian. 600 AD (1 ¼" )
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