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Lot of 3 Roman Egypt Terracotta Heads
Ancient Egyptian Faience USHABTI c.18th Dynasty c.1570-1342 BC. Size of the ushabti figure 2 1/8 inches high. Rare Blue Faience Ushabti with Hieroglyph in the center, beautiful black details of face and eyes. Minor repair by the feet otherwise Perfect condition. Provenance: Ex KY Estate acquired from a European collection.

Lot of 3 Roman Egypt Terracotta Heads c.2nd century AD.

Size of the heads 2 - 2 3/4 inches high.


Lot of 2 Ancient EGYPTIAN SCARAB JEWELRY Late Period; c. 700-30 BC.

Measurements (scarabs only): 1.59-1.09 cm (5/8-3/4 inches)

Ancient Egyptian Mummy Wood Mask late Period c.620 BC. Size 10 1/4 inches high x 7 1/2 inches wide. Large red painted gesso wooden sarcophagus mask with painted white and black eyes. Condition: area of missing paint gesso otherwise in fair condition.  Provenance: Ex California Estate acquired by descent from Simonian Swiss collection 1960's.

Ancient COPTIC Egypt WOODEN COMB c.5th Century AD.

Size: 16.5 x 9.52 cm (6.5 x 3.75 inches)

Large Ancient Egyptian Bronze Fish Oxyrhnychos
Large Ancient Egyptian Bronze Fish Oxyrhnychos with Uraei ca. 700 B.C.
Our Price: $3,495.00
Sale Price: $2,120.00
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Ancient Egyptian Pre-Dynastic Period, Circa 3600-3300 BC, Black-Topped Redware Vessel. Size 6 inches high x 6 1/2 inches diameter.

This is an excellent example of black-topped redware pottery of the pre-dynastic Amratian (Naqada I) design. The handmade vessel stands on a small, circular base, with the body tapering outward to form a conical shape. The exterior is coated with a thin, red iron-oxide wash that was burnished to a lustrous finish. The black top is carbon, produced by subjecting the top of the vessel to dense smoke. Called B-ware by W.M. Flinders Petrie because of the distinctive black rims, black-topped pottery made of riverine clay is a hallmark of the Naqada Period. some evidence of repair apparent on the interior.

Cf. William Hayes, The Scepter of Egypt, A Background Study of the Egyptian Antiquities of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vol. 1, Fig. 7, p. 16; Cleveland Museum Catalogue of Egyptian Art, 1999, No. 48.
Provenance: Ex Living Torah Museum collection, donated to the museum by Dr. Donald Brown.

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Large Ancient Egyptian Bronze Fish Oxyrhnychos with Uraei ca. 700 B.C. Size: 5 inches length x 3 1/2 inches high. (13 cm length x 8.8 cm high).

Cast bronze oxyrhnychos, Nile carp fish, wearing the royal horned sun disc crown and flanked by two Uraei, cobras. All set on an integral rectangular box base. A few remaining visible hieroglyphs on the sides of the box. Scattered encrusted blue-green surface patina with an under layer of red-brown.