Iranian Amlash burnished pottery spouted vessel with a raised repeating palm tree motif. Circa 600 B.C – 1200 B.C

The term Amlash culture refers to an assortment of historic materials and periods in Gilan and west of Mazandaran in north-west Iran. Amlash refers to the geographical region from which some archaeological objects of certain types come. This was one of the most distinctive Iranian cultures of the late second and early first millennia BC.

Ex William ‘Billy’ Jamieson collection.

Weight .600 kg
Dimensions 30 x 17 x 17 cm