Barakat Gallery Store Antiquities for Sale


The Barakat Gallery is a fifth generation family owned and operated business, founded in Jerusalem over 125 years ago. The Gallery is a purveyor of museum quality ancient art specializing in Classical antiquities, Near Eastern, Biblical, Chinese, Pre-Columbian, Byzantine, Asian, African and Primitive arts. Whether you are a collector, a scholar, a designer, an investor, or just an appreciator, the Barakat Collection has something for you. Please browse through the centuries in the following pages and feel free to contact us at any time should you have questions, comments, or further inquiries. Should you wish to do a comprehensive search of our entire product inventory please click the link below.


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Current Exhibition: Between Eternity and History

Featuring a number of spectacular jewelry pieces alongside small but superbly carved Roman marble sculptures and copious amounts of Roman glass with Greek Pottery, this showcase presents an eclectic and arresting display... one which immerses the viewer in a bygone world, and captivates the senses through endless varieties of form, texture, color, and substance.

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Upcoming Exhibition: Beauty is in the eyes of the Beholder

Fayez Barakat is a distinguished and world-renowned collector, whose passion for beauty and eclectically wise choices have made him one of the most important collector of ancient art in the world.
Fayez also happens to be an equally passionate painter, having developed a unique aesthetic sense through a personal, almost intimate, communication with thousands of ancient artworks.

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Upcoming Event: Art in Context – Excavating Cities of the Holy Land

Join us for an illustrated talk by archaeologist and historian Titus Kennedy - the new breed of archaeologist. Dr. Kennedy is a proponent of experimental archaeology, consults on media and curricula, and teaches as an adjunct professor.

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