• Ancient Jewellery | Artemission

    Our authentic ancient Jewellery are of various cultures from early Sumerian to Babylonian, Greek, Roman and other periods. Rings, bracelets, pendants, brooches and amulets in gold, silver and other materials

  • Near East | Artemission

    Artemission’s collection of ancient Near Eastern art includes hundreds of authentic works of art ranging in date from the fourth millennium B.C. to the seventh century A.D.

  • Ancient Egyptian Art | Artemission

    Artemission’s Ancient Egyptian Art categories include sculptures, figures, shabties, scarabs, papyri & other works by the civilisation of Egypt from about 3000 BC to100 AD

  • Greek & Roman | Artemission

    Our various categories of Greek & Roman, Etruscan & Celtic and Cyprus ancient art includes sculptures, vessels, amulets, painted vases, ancient glass and much more

  • Ancient Europe & Medieval | Artemission

    Europe & Medieval antiquities includes art from the Bronze age Europe, Vinca, Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, Viking

  • Cuneiform Tablets & Cylinder Seals | Artemission

    Cuneiform script is one of the earliest known systems of writing, the earliest dates to 5000 years ago, Cylinder seals, are the earliest form of seals, personal and official. Check Artemission site for collection of both categories.

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