Ostracon Ancient Art, fine antiquities
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1247122
Ostracon Ancient Art
$1800.00
Blue glazed amulet of Sekhmet crowned with the solar disk and the uraeus between cow horns and feathers.
The goddess strides forward with her left leg. The arms by her sides are carefully offset from the narrow waist. Sekhmet wears a tightly-fitted clothing to show off her female form.
Superbly modeled head with tripartite wig; a loop for suspension on the back.
The lion-headed Sekhmet was originally the warrior goddess who protected the pharaoh and led him to warfare...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1201393
Ostracon Ancient Art
$420.00
Mummyform shabti with with expressive features wearing a tripartite wig and a false beard. The crossed hands holding pick and flail. A small seed bag suspended over the figure’s left shoulder.
The shabti is standing on a pedestal and provided with a rudimentary back pillar.
From the same workshop as lot no. 347 offered by Jean-David Cahn in his June 2000 auction.
Intact, surface slightly worn...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1102394
Ostracon Ancient Art
$280.00
Pale green faience amulet of the dwarf deity Bes, protector of women and childern.
Bes is shown with a frightening face supposed to scare away evil spirits. Pierce hole below the feather headdress.
Faience
Egyptian, Late Period, 712-332 BC
H. 1.8 cm (0.7 in)
Intact and of fine condition.
German art market (data will be provided to the buyer)

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1084897
Ostracon Ancient Art
$4500.00
Faience shabti inscribed with six lines of horizontal text starting just below the crossed arms. The spell reads: ‘The Governor of Upper Egypt, Anhh-Hor, he speaks, oh, this shabti’ and is followed by version VII-A of the shabti spell. The inscription shows an exceptional orthography and archaic vocabulary reminiscent of the renaissance of ancient Egyptian culture at the beginning of the 26th Dynasty. Ankh-Hor was a high rank official under Psammetichus II and Apries and also Chief Stewar...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1076067
Ostracon Ancient Art
$2400.00
Green faience shabti with three hand-carved lines of hieroglyphs reading: 'Words spoken by the Osiris Mer-Neith-ites, daughter of Sema-taui-irdisu, born to Ta-nedjed'. Museum quality and condition with delicate modeling. Broken at the calf level and reattached. A shabti of Mer-Neith-ites from a Zurich private collection (not this) published in Schlögl/Brodbeck (1990). An erroneously assigned shabti of Mer-Neith-ites sold at Cahn’s Münzen und Medaillen, auction 63, June 1983, lot no...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1076065
Ostracon Ancient Art
$2800.00
Green faience shabti with three hand-carved lines of hieroglyphs reading: 'Words spoken by the Osiris Mer-Neith-ites, daughter of Sema-taui-irdisu, born to Ta-nedjed'. Museum quality and condition with delicate modeling. Broken at the calf level and reattached. A shabti of Mer-Neith-ites from a Zurich private collection (not this) published in Schlögl/Brodbeck (1990). An erroneously assigned shabti of Mer-Neith-ites sold at Cahn’s Münzen und Medaillen, auction 63, June 1983, lot no...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1076064
Ostracon Ancient Art
$2900.00
Pale green-blue faience shabti with six lines of horizontal text reading: ‘The illuminated one, the Osiris Hor-em-achbit, born to Ta-kay, he speaks: O, these shabtis … (chapter 6 of the book of the dead, version VII A). This shabti is published as figure number 209 in: Schlögl/Brodbeck. Ägyptische Totenfiguren aus öffentlichen und privaten Sammlungen der Schweiz. Freiburg 1990. Faiance. Late Period, 30th Dynasty, 380-343 BC. H...