LARGE GROUP OF BRONZE OBJECTS
From Etruscan to Roman Period
This large lot is composed of a rich group of metalworks, of different ancient periods. The lot consists of: vessels, as large size basins, jugs, handles; instrumenta varia, as cutlery and mirrors; ornaments, as fibulae of different shapes and sizes and bracelets; armor elements. Provenance: Collection returned by the German Judicial Authority to Herakles Numismatik und Antiquitäten GmbH (München), who acquired it on the European art market since the 1970s; from 2000s the entire collection is located in the United Kingdom; some objects of this collection were bought subsequently by the Italian Government (e.g.: bari.repubblica.it - Archeologia, torna in Puglia la stele dauna di oltre 2.500 anni fa: presa all'asta con una colletta). Almost all objects need restoration, if well executed will be an excellent investment, also a good exercise for scientific or academic purposes. Lot sold as seen, no returns.