Roman Bronze Ewer – Discovered in the Judean Desert


A Bronze Roman imperial vessel with a pouring spout 1st – 2nd century A.D.

  • Roman heavy bronze Ewer.
  • 1st – 2nd century A.D.
  • Discovered in Judean desert.
  • Green and blue patination.
  • Certificate of authenticity.



A Bronze Roman imperial Jug with a pouring spout 1st – 2nd century A.D.

A heavy cast Roman bronze ewer with a large decorated handle featuring an animal.

This item was used for knights and patrician ruling class of the Roman empire

A similar hoard of bronze vessels was discovered in the cave of letters. This cave in the Judean desert was the last stronghold that belonged to Simon Bar Kokhba.

The body has a glistening patina over a scorched base.

Height: 10″ inches.
Width: 6″ inches.

Handle features shows a work of craftsman.