A very large and exceptional Egyptian Scarab, dating to the New Kingdom, c. 1200-1000 BC.
This scarab is carved in a superiour banded agate stone. The carving and sımethri is excellent. Highly polished to a glasslike degree. Possibly a hearth scarab due to it's impressive size - c. 23 mm. long and massive weighing 6.22 grams. ...click for details
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.
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