A Rhodian bronze bucranium, c.4th Century BC. Nicely patinated and still possessing the rivets and backing to what it was originally attached to. H: 2 5/8" (6.4 cm). Nicely mounted on custom stand. Ex New York collection, acquired in Switzerland, Oct. 1990.
Bronze figure of Kore, Eastern Mediterranean, c.5th - 4th Century BC, with stiff pose - hands to sides and feet together. Probably a Phoenician or Syrian piece with Greek influence. Nice brown patina. H: 2 11/16" (6.8 cm). Ex old French collection, acquired in the 1970's.
A nice green glazed open work amulet of the god Bes, Late Period, c.664 - 343 BC, with grotesque features and long beard, hands on rotund belly and wearing a multiple feathered headdress. Intact with good style. H: 2 1/8" (5.3 cm). Ex old English collection.
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A handsome wooden male tomb figure, Middle Kingdom, c. 1980 - 1630 BC, wearing a long, tight-fitting garment with moveable arms. The facial features are carved as well as highlighted in black and white paint. Intact, no restoration. Stands 8" tall with stand. Ex Australian collection.
A molded terracotta figure of the God Thoth, Ptolemaic, c.3rd - 2nd Century BC. The god is in the form of a baboon, standing on his hind legs, hands at chest level with palm out in a stance of adoration. Simplistic details and traces of red pigment. Intact, with loss of pigment and gesso. H: 3 1/4" (8.4 cm). Ex old Irish collection.
A tall bronze figure of Osiris, Late Period, c.664 - 343 BC. He is mummiform, wearing Atef crown, false beard, and holding crook and flail. Nice detail to the face and slender form. Deep red-brown patina with areas of light encrustation. Minor repair to the feet. H: 8 3/4" (22 cm). Ex California collection.
A seated stone figure of Osiris, Late Period, c.664 - 343 BC. Carved from brown-black steatite, Osiris wears the Atef crown and holds a crook and flail. Intact with some wear and a few nicks and such. H: 3 7/8" (9.8 cm). Ex old Irish collection.