An Egyptian blue heart scarab, late period dynasty XXVI-XXX, circa 664-525 B.C. Naturalistically detailed with wing case and legs defined, the underside uncarved, pierced with 6 holes for attachment to the mummy.
A rare and very large cylinder seal in hard polished black stone, dating to the Neo-Assyrian empire, 8th.-7th. cent. BC.
The seal is engraved with a spectacular scene of a great bearded King with two eunuchs servants serving food. The seal is described in detail in the collection card from the collection whence it was from. ...click for details
A massive Viking bronze brooch, Scandinavian Vikings of the Baltic (Rus nation), c. 10th. cent. AD.
A high quality Viking bronze brooch of a massive size, measuring 55 mm in diameter with the pin c. 62 mm. The brooch weighs over 38 grams. Exceptional workmanship, ornately decorated with the typical Viking style punched decoration, squar ...click for details
A strictly museum quality Egyptian faience scarab, dating to the late period, c. 900-500 BC.
This scarab is exceptionally large measuring around 70 mm. in length and 44 mm. wide. It stands out in lime-green faience colour and is high detailed and extremely beautyful in hand. ...click for details
One of a group of the finest Chinese Ming dynasty pottery figures on the world market today!
This figure is dating to the Ming dynasty around 1500 AD. and is HUGE!. It depicts a exceptionally scultured and detailed cavalry soldier - a horse-archer. He is seated on his horse. The soldier is fully glaced with a fantastic lively green with ...click for details