Iron Age Varnished Dipper – First Temple Period Pottery


Varnished red pottery jug used as dipper in Iron Age Period.

  • First Temple period pottery.
  • Iron Age jug 950 BC.
  • Red varnished clay dipper.
  • Height: 5 inches.
  • Certificate of authenticity.


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Ancient varnished Red pottery dipper 900 B.C Iron age period.

The Iron Age period known as the First Temple period and The Israelite Kings.

Early bronze period pottery discovered in the Holy Land – used in the First Temple, King David period.

This type of pottery is distinguishable from all other Iron Age period because of the varnished red color.

Jugs of this vertical style with one handle are used as dippers in storages and also probably used as measurement.

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