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Previous comments

April 11, 2017, 9:48 a.m.

A very nice website with some lovely Cyprot pieces. I nearly purchased many of these myself from Helios and I'm probably your main rival for Cypriot new additions! I can send you photos. I am very envious of certain items, eg the EBA 'fine-line painter' bottle, the Iron Age 'freeform' jug, and the bowl with bulls around the rim. I also have a massive double-spouted EBA bowl from Helios. It has only minor chipping and has the snake and dot symbols below the rim. I also have a large jug in the same ware with the same decoration. I have a few more MBA and LBA Cypriot than you. Best regards, Stephen Churley. churley482@yahoo.com

Sept. 16, 2016, 3:29 p.m.

Thank you Nick. If you would like to talk about these matters my email is david.johnson4816@outlook.com

Sept. 14, 2016, 5:51 p.m.

Splendid website David, I came across it a couple of months ago and have already found it to be an extremely useful reference! As both a Greek-Cypriot and ethical antiquities collector myself it's great to see someone so knowledgeable about their own collection. I thoroughly agree with you that the requirements for donating Cypriot antiquities collections to UK museums are currently too restrictive and need careful amendment. Education, whether academic or autodidactic should always be our main priority. Keep up the good work! Nick, Midlands, UK.

Aug. 19, 2016, 6:25 p.m.

A lovely website David, some magical Cypriot items from the C. Bacher Gallery. I am extremely envious. Best Regards James Brenchley, Pegasus Gallery Antiquities

Jan. 4, 2016, 2:20 p.m.

Dear David, considering your interest in ancient art from Cyprus, we would just like to inform you that our gallery recently bought a large collection (over 400 pieces) from a former Austrian UN-General who formed his collection during his stay in the 1950 and 1960s in Cyprus. We still have a lot of pottery and glasses left. A few items are on our website. If there is something special you are looking for just let us know. Many thanks Christoph Bacher www.cb-gallery.com info@cb-gallery.com