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Bronze Oil Lamp in the Form of a Dove - FZ.107
Origin: Bethlehem, Israel
Circa: 400 AD to 600 AD

Catalogue: V1
Collection: Byzantine
Medium: Bronze

Additional Information: SOLD

Location: United States
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A dove, gentle symbol of peace then as now, forms the body of this lovely lamp. Her tail is the wick spout, with a feathered cover to extinguish the glow. Though she has been given feet to stand, rings indicate she may also have been made to hang--the closest she ever came to flight. Around her neck is a pendant, which suggests she was once somebody's pet. Taken in by her sweetness and charm, we might agree to make her ours as well. - (FZ.107)


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