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Sculpture & Decorative Arts, Bronzes, Ushabtis, Amulets, Scarabs,Vessels
Ancient Egyptian Sculpture, Decorative &Votive Art
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6856. Egyptian Stucco Mummy Mask, Roman Period, Ca. 100 AD. Lovely face mask with handsome features painted in yellow and reddish pigments, the eyes and lashes in black pigment. The wig in raised molded relief design to simulate the hair. Nice calcite deposits remaining. Size: 7-7/8 in (19.5cm)H. + custom mount. $3250
6889. Egyptian Middle Kingdom Turquoise & Black Glazed Composition Amulet of a Cat, Ca. 2000 BC. Modeled seated upright and decorated in turquoise and with black spots; a suspension loop on the back, 2in. (5cm.), + custom mount. Feet and base missing. Ex English Collection. Rare! $1650
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6954. Egyptian Cartonnage Pectoral Winged Isis, Ptolemaic Period, Ca. 300 BC. Well preserved in original condition, a linen and plaster painted vignette with the female protector deity holding feathers in either raised arm, kneeling and with wings spread. Good vivid colors. 12-3/4 in Wide x 6-3/4 in H. As is original condition and in a protective display mount. $1250
6857. Egyptian Green Painted Wood Mummy Mask, Late Period, Ca. 300 BC. Lovely painted triangular shaped wood carved mask with pleasing facial features in black pigment and large wig. 12-7/8 in (32cm)H. + custom mount. Large and impressive in person. Ex french Collection. $3300
6924. Egyptian Terracotta Funerary Cone for Ameneminet, Reign of Psamtik, Ca. 664 BC. Tapered clay cone containing a circular face impressed with four registers of hieroglyphic text, top line damaged, tip gone. Transltion, "The one revered by Osiris, sma-priest of Copts, necropolis worker, priest of Osiris [in Abydos], the mayor of the city, Amenemibet, true of voice". Funerary cones, representing the ends of chapel roof support beams, were traditionally inserted in rows (their flat ends facing outward) above the mudbrick entrances of the superstructures of non-royal tombs in Thebes. See: Teeter, Emily "Scarabs, Scaraboids, Seals and seal Impressions from Medinet Habu" Oriental Institute no. 288. page 178. Diam. 3-3/4 in. Ex Private collection of the late Dr Ulrich Muller, Switzerland; acquired between 1968 & 1978. $895
6874. Egyptian Painted Wood Sarcophagus Panel, Middle Kingdom, Ca. 2040-1786 BC. A long section of a wood sarcophagus containing two lines of hieroglyphic inscription painted in black on an ochre background. The text commences with an offering formula 'A boon which the King gives to Osiris that he might grant offerings' including bread, beer, oxen and fowl. The text mentions five of the principal gods in the Heliopolitan Creation Myth, Re-atum (Re was the sun god, Atum, 'He who created himself,' was the first god), Osiris, Isis, Seth and Nephthys [the four children of Geb (the earth god) and Nut (the sky god)]. 54-1/3 in L. x 6-1/4in H. (138cm x 16 cm). A crack in the lower portion has been expertly filled in. Ex. Collection Ken Rendell. $5700
6878. Fine Egyptian Polychrome Painted Large Wood Ushabti, Ramesside Period, Ca. 1250 to 1150 B.C. Well preserved shabti with well defined facial features, wearing a long black archaic wig with braided ends, carrying two red picks, the front with a vertical inscription for the 'Lady of the House Hunur', flanked by bands of red bandaging on white. 8½in. (21.5cm.)+ mount. $3200
6954. Egyptian Terracotta Haropkrates riding on a Horse, Roman Period, Alexandria, Ca. 1st to 2nd Century AD. The upper section of a mold made votive image, nice face and wearing headdress, he gestures a hand to his mouth. 3-1/2 in H. 4-1/4 in H. on custom mount. Ex Scolard Maas Collection, Acquired in Cairo in 1950s-60s. Nice quality. $395
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6873. Egyptian Bronze Amun Harpokrates, XXVIth Dynasty, Ca. 646 to 525 BC. Fine and beautiful cast in a youth, eye inlays remain, seated naked with his right hand held to his mouth (missing), wearing a high double plume disc incised headdress, typical of Amun and he has a Sidelock of Youth. Cast with fe has very fine facial features and his feet set on an integral flat base. 7-7/8 in. (19.5cm) H. + custom mount. Nice green patina. Repair at ankles. Fine casting. Ex English Collection. $6800
 
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6903. Egyptian Polychrome Painted Wood Falcon, Late Period, Ca. 715 BC. to 300 BC. Seated with wings folded under and wearing a broad collar, with some polychrome paint remaining. 1-7/8in. (4.7cm.) H. Ex London Collection. $850
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6822. Egyptian Large Faience Plaque with the Goddess Isis, IIIrd Intermediate Period, Ca. 1070 to 656 BC. The goddess, enthroned in profile with ankh in her hand on her lap. She has a disc, plumes and horn crown headdess atop her head. 4-1/2 in. (11.25cm) Condition: Intact. Ex New Jersey Collector. Choice. $2650
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 6293. Egyptian Gypsum Trial Piece with Ram, Ptolemaic Period, Ca. 332 to 30 BC. Rendered showing a ram's head in profile, with ridged horn curled around the ear, surmounted by a pair of long spiraling horns. 3¼ x 3½in. (8.1 x 9cm.)+ custom mount. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. Fine example. SOLD
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6292. Handsome Egyptian Limestone Sculptor's Model in the form of the Head of a Pharaoh, Ptolemaic Period, 305-30 B.C. Wearing the nemes headdress with frontal uraeus, the facial features well carved with extended cosmetic lines around the eyes, the grid lines remaining on the back. Size 4-1/4 in. (10.47cm.), uraeus, nose chipped, the lower section of the headdress missing. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. Fine style. $7,500
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6933. Ancient Egyptian Achulian Flint Hand Axe, Nile Valley, Paleolithic period, Ca. 40,000 BC. Hand fitted early lithic cutting tool with serrated edges and with glossy brown desert sheen and mineralization. 5-1/2 in L. $295
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6306. Egyptian Double Sided Limestone Trial Piece, Ptolemaic Period, circa 332-30 B.C. Showing a ram carved in relief facing right, with incised lines for the fleece and a curled horn, the reverse shows an unfinished owl and quail in relief. SIze 4½ x 2¾in. (11.4 x 7.1cm.), mounted. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. $1395
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6888. Egyptian Faience Rectangular Inlay or Tile, Third Intermediate Period, Ca. 1069 to 715BC. A rare flat plaque, pale green glazed composition, tile in excellent state of preservation. 3-3/8in. (8.5cm.) L. Intact with ancient patina. $975


6932. Ancient Egyptian Achulian Tan Flint Hand Axe, Nile Valley, Paleolithic period, Ca. 40,000 BC. Hand fitted early lithic cutting tool with serrated edges and with mineralization to surface. 5 in L. $195
6638. Turquoise Faience Senet Gaming Piece, Ca 18th Dynasty, Ca 1550 to 1307 BC. A good turquoise faience gaming piece for use in Senet, a Ludo-like game. Of mushroom-shaped form the other cone-shaped surmounted by knobs. Playing senet and wagering on its outcome was a favorite leisure time activity of the ancient Egyptians. The great popularity of this backgammon like game can be measured by the enormous quantity of evidence for it that has survived from all period of Egyptian history. Although for centuries it seems to have been just a simple diversion, by Dynasty 18, Senet was reconceptualized to become a symbol of the struggle to obtain immortality. Intact and in very good condition with minor chips to the base that do not detract. Size of base Diameter: 3/4 inch(2.3cm) $325

6651. Egyptian Terracotta Funerary Cone, New Kingdom to XXVth Dynasty, Ca. 1500 to 600 BC. Long tapered clay cone containing a circular face impressed with four registers of hieroglyphic text. Funerary cones, representing the ends of chapel roof support beams, were traditionally inserted in rows (their flat ends facing outward) above the mudbrick entrances of the superstructures of non-royal tombs in Thebes. See: Teeter, Emily "Scarabs, Scaraboids, Seals and seal Impressions from Medinet Habu" Oriental Institute or M. F. L. Macadam (ed.) A Corpus of Inscribed Egyptian Funerary Cones, Part I, plates (Oxford 1957) England for the type. 2-1/2 in. Diam. 3 in L. Ex Private collection of the late Dr Ulrich Muller, Switzerland; acquired between 1968 & 1978. $475

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6115. Superb Egyptian Serpentine Bust of a Nile God, New Kingdom, Mid XVIIIth Dynasty, Ca. 1450 BC. Beautiful facial features with outlined eyes and striated wig. Remains of red pigment. 3-1/3 in. (8.5 cm) H.+ custom bronze mount. Ex A. Obrecht Collection, Switzerland, Ex Ar. A Von Arx Collection, Acq. 1957. Inquire
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6314. Egyptian Dark Stone Carved Concubine, Middle Kingdom, Ca. 2133 to 1797 BC. A figure of a naked female, her hands held to her sides, wearing a Hathor wig with four loose locks at the back. 3¾in. (9.5cm.) high + custom mount. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. $1595
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6809. Ancient Egyptian Wood Carved Arm from a Figure Late Period, Ca. 715 to 300 BC.Slender well defined extended limb with clenched fist and remains of gesso and white pigment. 5 in L. + custom mount. $395
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6289. Egyptian Limestone Phallic Dwarf, Ptolemaic Period, Ca. 304 to 30 BC. A limestone figure with simian features shown seated with his enlarged phallus extending between his legs, much of it now missing, holding a vessel in both hands on top, Size 2-3/8in. (6cm.) Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. Fine style. $425
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6326. Egyptian Pottery Nefertum Amulet Mold, Late Period, Ca. 1069 to 702 BC. Pottery mold in the form of a striding deity, Nefertum with high headdress.1-1/2 in H. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. SOLD
6653. Egyptian Wood Carved Hand from a Sarcophagus, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 300 BC. Flat carved clenched hand with protruding thumb, gessoed and overall covered in yellow pigment. Three dowel pins remain. 4-1/2 in (10.89cm) L. $325
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6039. Egyptian Terracotta Funerary Cone, New Kingdom, Ca. 1567 to 1085 B.C. Stamped with hieroglyphs in relief for the: 'Over wab-priest Denrega', 3¼in. (8.2cm.) diam., most of the cone missing. Published; M. F. Laming Macadam (ed.) A Corpus of Inscribed Egyptian Funerary Cones, Part I, plates (Oxford 1957), Macadam no. 45. Ex M. Ayers; 31 Museum Street, London England. $495
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6654. Egyptian Achulian Flint Scrappers (4), Paleolithic, Ca. 80,000 BC. Small hand fitted cutting tools with sharp edges and with glossy brown desert sheen. 1-1/2 in to 3-1/4 in L. $195/lot
6193. Egyptian Carved Limestone Bust of a Woman, Ptolemaic Period, Ca. 300 to 32 BC. Limestone female bust with striated hair, good facial details and full breasts; she has implement in right arm. 2-1/2 inches (6.35 cm) high + mount. Traces of original pigment. Ex. Secret Eye Gallery, 1970s, New York. $295
 
6611. Ancient Egyptian Faience Beaded Strand Necklace, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 300 BC. Faience composition, multicolored tubes and spacer beads. 18 in L. restrung modern and with sterling silver clasp, Ex English Collection. The turquoise and blue beads are symbolic for water and rebirth. Wearable. $150
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Ancient Egyptian Bronzes
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6874. Rare Egyptian Bronze Ibis Headed Thoth Lunar, XXVIth Dynasty, Ca. 646 to 525 BC. Fine and beautiful cast seated slender human bodied and bird headed deity with long slender beak, moon disc crown headdress, incised kilt, he holds his fists clenched to his sides. 5-3/8 in (13.5cm) H + custom mount. Beak and arm repaired. Fine casting. Ex English Collection. Inquire
6873. Egyptian Bronze Amun Harpokrates, XXVIth Dynasty, Ca. 646 to 525 BC. Fine and beautiful cast in a youth, eye inlays remain, seated naked with his right hand held to his mouth (missing), wearing a high double plume disc incised headdress, typical of Amun and he has a Sidelock of Youth. Cast with fe has very fine facial features and his feet set on an integral flat base. 7-7/8 in. (19.5cm) H. + custom mount. Nice green patina. Repair at ankles. Fine casting. Ex English Collection. $6500
6047. Superb Egyptian Bronze Standing Goddess Sekhmet, XXVIth Dynasty, Ca. 664 to 525 BC. A sexy cast of a long legged striding female lioness headed goddess with sheer dress and well defined female form. Headdress with disc and uraeus, one hand at her side other missing. Nice strong nose and incised mane. Aged and varied patina and remains of gilding. Size: 8-1/4 in (20cm) H. + mount. Ex New Jersey Collection. $7500
6492. Egyptian Bronze Sacred Ibis, Late Period, Ca. 715 BC. A diminutive yet detailed example of the revered bird, seated, wings folded under, long beak holding feather, tail delineated, circular eyes. 1in (2.54 cm.) H. Nice dark green patina. Choice example. $550 
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6211. Lovely Egyptian Bronze Standing Inscribed Osiris, Ca. XXXth to XXVIth Dynasty, Ca. 664 to 332 BC. Solid cast mummiform Deity with his arms folded over the chest, his hands emerging from beneath his vestment, the right hand holding a flail, the left hans holds a crook. He wears an incised broad collar composed of floral and beaded elements, and a plumed atef-crown fronted by an uraeus, the plaited false beard curved at the tip, a square block base engraved with a hieroglyphic text, possibly giving the name of the owner or to invoke a prayer. A tang beneath the tenon. Size: 7 in. (17.5 cm.) H. without tenon. Ex European Collection. $4250
 
 
6941. Egyptian Bronze Striding Nefertum, Late Period, Ca. 715 BC. Standing striding, wearing a kilt and high lotus frond headdress, loop hole, one arm missing, legs restored. 5-1/4 in H. + custom mount. $495

 

6559. Egyptian Bronze Mirror, Late Period, Ca. 715 BC. A cast disc mirror with insertion tang below. Size 3-1/2 in (8.7cm.) diam.+ custom base. Beautiful blue crystalline surface patina. Ex Washington DC Coll. $495
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6317. Egyptian Bronze Profile Goddess Plaque, Late Period, Ca. 1069 to 702 BC. A seated deity in profile holding twin crooks surmounting a lotus flower. Size 2-3/8in. (6.2cm.) high, mounted, a pencil inscription on the underside of the base. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. $850
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 6026. Egyptian Bronze Standing Osiris, XXVth Dynasty, Ca. 662 to 525 BC. The standing bearded mummiform god wearing atef crown with uraeus and twin plumes. He is carry's a crook and flail in clenched fists, with incised details. 6¼ in. (16 cm.) H. Provenance: John Seymour Lucas R.A. England, acquired in the 1900s. Old pen ink label on base. $2000
 
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6290. Egyptian Bronzes Seated Goddess Maat, Late Period, Ca. 1550 to 332 BC. The goddess crouching with hands to knees and bag headdress and with tang for attachment on the underside. 2in. (5cm.)+ custom mount. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. $795
 
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Ancient Egyptian Ushabtis
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6878. Fine Egyptian Polychrome Painted Large Wood Ushabti, Ramesside Period, Ca. 1250 to 1150 BC. Well preserved shabti with well defined facial features, wearing a long black archaic wig with braided ends, carrying two red picks, the front with a vertical inscription for the 'Lady of the House Hunur', flanked by bands of red bandaging on white. 8½in. (21.5cm.)+ mount. $3200
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5034. Fine Pale Blue Faience Ushabti for General Iahirdis, XXX Dynasty, Ca. 378 to 341 BC. Faience ushabti with pale blue glaze, modeled in the form of Osiris, holding hoes for work in the afterlife, wearing a beard and tripartite wig. Inscribed "der Mond ist es, der sie gegeben hat, (It is the moon who gave him)", Ranke pg 12. from the book of the Dead to accompany to the afterlife. 6-1/2"H. + Custom mounted. Very Fine Style, sweet in person. Ex Belgium Collection. $2375
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6907. Egyptian Pale Green Faience Ushabti, 21st Dynasty, Ca. 945 BC. Uninscribed standing mummiform servant with hands folded across chest holding hoe and sickle. 4-1/4 in. H. + bees wax + wood base. Remains of good glaze behind, wear and losses. Ex Old United Kingdom Collection. Faint ink label behind reads ‘L.B. 1835'. $495
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6311. Egyptian Turquoise Ushabti, Ca. 21st Dynasty, Ca. 1069 to 945 BC. Molded servant figure in green glaze, the details in added black, with striped wig and frontal column of text inscribed for '.....Amun', 3½ in. (9.1cm.)H. + mount. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. Fine style. $495
6310. Egyptian Green Faience Ushabti for Horemakhet, Late Period, Ca. 500 BC. A small green mummiform servant figure, the back column inscribed for 'Horemakhet', Size: 2-5/8 in. (6.7cm.) H. + custom mount. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. Good style. $550
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6647. Egyptian Blueish Turquoise Faience ushabti for Hetep-Amen, 30th Dynasty, Ca. 380 to 343 BC Modeled in the form of Osiris, wearing a long tripartite wig and false braided beard, the crossed hands holding a pick, hoe and seed sack for agricultural work in the afterlife. The back dorsal pillar inscribed with a vertical column of incised inscription that names the owner: "The Osiris Hetep-amun, born of Di-aset-sheb." The name Hetep-amun means "May Amun be pleased" and Di-aset- sheb means "May Isis give sustenance". 4-1/4 in H. + block base. For a related example see: Jane, C. "Shabtis" (2002) page 209 #105 where the author notes: "No further examples are recorded by other writers". Intact and in very good condition overall, with some areas of heavy sandy incrustation and wear to the glaze, the glyphs clear. Ex. Private Swiss collection collected 1968-1978. SOLD
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6059. Egyptian Green-glazed composition Ushabti, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 300 BC. Uninscribed standing mummiform with hands folded across chest. Beard abraded. 3 7/8 in. H. + black base. Ex Old United Kingdom Collection. $225
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6309. Egyptian Green Faience Ushabti for Neskhnum, Saite Period, Ca. 660 BC. Molded holding agricultural instruments, a small seed bag over shoulder and with a single column of text inscribed for 'Neskhnum, begotten of the Lady of the House, Taher', 2½in. (6.4cm.) H. + custom mount. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. Fine style. $585
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Ancient Egyptian Amulets
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6889. Egyptian Turquoise gand Black Glazed Composition Amulet of a Cat, Third Intermediate Period, Ca. 1069 to 715BC. Decorated seated and with black spots, and a suspension loop on the back, 2in. (5cm.), + custom mount. feet and base missing. Ex English Collection. $1650
6822. Egyptian Large Faience Plaque with the Goddess Isis, IIIrd Intermediate Period, Ca. 1070 to 656 BC. The goddess, enthroned in profile with ankh in her hand on her lap. She has a disc, plumes and horn crown headdess atop her head. 4-1/2 in. (11.25cm) Condition: Intact. Ex New Jersey Collector. Choice. $2650
5989. Green Faience Recumbent Hare, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 500 BC. A fragmentary seated lion with fine torso, paws and facial features. Nice green color. 1-1/16inL. Ex Old English Collection $155
5991. Faience Udjat Eye Amulet, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 500 BC. Symbolic for the protection powers of the watchful Horus. Green glaze with black detail to pupil, brow and drop down. Pierced for suspension. 1-1/16 in L. Ex Old English Collection. $150
5992. Faience Amulet of an Amphora, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 500 BC. Symbolic for abundance, pointed bottom and one lug handle missing. Glaze faded. 2 in L. Ex Old English Collection. Unique. $115

4771. Faience Isis nursing the infant Horus Amulet, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 500 BC. Seated mother goddess holding infant on lap. Custom mount. 1-1/2 in H. Ex MacGregor Collection, Acquired London 1922. SOLD
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Ancient Egyptian Scarabs
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6732. Egyptian Steatite Inscribed Scarab, Hyksos Reign. IInd Int. Period, 1600 -1500 BC. Base inscribed with Nefer and Neb symbols. Pierced for suspension. 3/4"L. residue. Intact. Compare, Petrie's Historical Scarabs, p. 24. Choice. $250
6742. Egyptian Steatite Inscribed Scarab Good Luck Hyksos Reign IInd Int. Period, 1600 -1500 BC. Base inscribed with interlocking magical scrolls. Pierced for suspension. 3/4"L. Intact. Compare, Petrie's Historical Scarabs, p. 24 $250

6584. Egyptian Tan Steatite Scarab, IInd Intermediate Period Ca. 1600 to 1500 BC. A carved talismans for good luck with naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed in hieroglyphic symbols with a crocodile and a snake for protection. 1/2 in L. intact. Pierced for suspension. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $175
6585. Egyptian Brown Steatite Scarab for Luck, IInd Intermediate Period Ca. 1600 to 1500 BC. A carved talismans for good luck with naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed with an ankh sigh, a hieroglyphic symbol for everlasting life. 5/8 in L. intact. Pierced for suspension. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $150

6586. Egyptian Tan Steatite Scarab for Thutmose III, New Kingdom, Ca. 18th to 20th Dyn, Ca. 1401-1080 BC. Naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed in hieroglyphics with a cartouche of the Pharaoh Thutmose III and other symbols. Pierced for suspension. 5/8 in L. Base chip. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $200

6587. Egyptian Tan Steatite Scarab for protection, IInd Intermediate Period Ca. 1600 to 1500 BC. A carved talismans for good luck with naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed with a supplicant before enthroned deity for protection. 5/8 in L. intact. Pierced for suspension. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $160

6588. Egyptian Tan Steatite Scarab, IInd Intermediate Period Ca. 1600 to 1500 BC. A carved talismans for good luck with naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed in hieroglyphic symbols for protection. 5/8 in L. Pierced for suspension. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $100

6589. Egyptian Tan Steatite Scarab for luck, IInd Intermediate Period Ca. 1600 to 1500 BC. A carved talismans for good luck with naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed in hieroglyphic symbols for protection. 5/8 in L. intact. Pierced for suspension. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $140

6590. Egyptian Tan Steatite Scarab for Protection, IInd Intermediate Period Ca. 1600 to 1500 BC. A carved talismans for good luck with naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed in hieroglyphic symbols for protection. 1/2 in L. intact. Pierced for suspension. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $150

6591. Egyptian Tan Steatite Scarab for Protection, IInd Intermediate Period Ca. 1600 to 1500BC. A carved talismans for good luck with naturalistic beetle top; base inscribed in hieroglyphic symbols for protection, scarab and winged cobra. 1 in (2.54cm)L. Base chipped. Pierced for suspension. Ex K. Dorn CA. Collection. $175

6023. Egyptian Green Glaze Steatite Scarab for Luck, XVIII Dynasty, Ca.1550 to 1295 BC. Naturalistic top, underside inscribed with a quatrefoil flanked by uraei, 5/8 in. Intact. Provenance Ex. Madame B collection, acquired from Eid & Son, Cairo, early 1950s. Choice example $325
6075. Egyptian Brown Steatite Scarab with Figure on Base, Third Intermediate Period, XXIst Dynasty, Ca. 1069-945 BC.Naturalistic top with openwork legs; base inscribed with a kneeling figure. 1/2 in L. Provenance Ex. Madame B collection, acquired from Eid & Son, Cairo, early 1950s. $325
4837. Egyptian Steatite Carved Scarab, New Kingdom, Ca. 1500 BC. Gray stone carved; naturalistic top with good head; Base inscribed with couchant lion (sphinx) with human head. Ntr and other symbols atop. 5/8”L. Ex MacGregor Collection, Acquired London 1922. $245


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Ancient Egyptian Vessels
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6939. Egyptian Alabaster Footed Bowl, New Kingdom, Ca. 1500 BC. Globular vase on raised circular disc foot. Nice banded stone. Rim restorations else fine example. 4-3/4 in Diam. 3-1/8 in H. Ex London Saleroom. $2200
 
6495. Egyptian Alabaster Stone Jar, Pre Dynastic Period, Ca. 2500 BC. Thick walled vessel of acorn-shaped form having a short neck, rounded rim and deeply recessed chamber. Earth deposits with root marks. Size: 5-3/4"H. Minor repair to side wall. Ex. Jose Toro collection, Chicago. Nice example. $1750
6313 Egyptian Middle Kingdom Pottery Kohl or Unguent Vessel, Ca. 2000 BC. Nile slit rich clay vessel with globular body and ridged neck, 3¼in H. + lucite ring. Ex Hugh Stanley Russell Collection, England, acquired ca. 1950s. $195
5294. Egyptian Bronze Hanging Kohl Tube, Late Period, Ca. 715 to 30 BC.Slender cast tube, flat disc rim and lug handles at sides attached to a suspension chain. 5 inches L. 8 inches with chain. Custom mounted. $1500
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