An Egyptian faiance 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 holes for attachment to the mummy.
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 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
An exceptional large pottery mould for an Ankh Symbol, dating to New Kingdom 1550-1070 BC.
The pottery mould was used for making faiance amulets with the ankh symbol. The ankh also known as key of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin meaning "cross with a handle"), was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that ...click for details
A very well engraved Egyptian steatite scarab, dating 2nd Intermediate period, 1750-1570 BC. Nice steatite scarab. Engraved with an attractive "cord" design and also engraved on the back as well. Very rare!