Large ancient Egyptian soft blue faience Ushabti with defined features, standing with braided beard, arms crossed, hands holding pick and hoe, wearing a tripartite wig and bearing eight lines of hieroglyphic inscription
Egyptian Bronze and Alabaster Eyes, Late New Kingdom, ca. 1307-1069BC.
Almond-shaped eye inlays with eyebrows, the well-formed lid and cosmetic line crafted of bronze and inlaid with irises of alabaster; the pupils in black pigment. Perhaps from an anthropoid sarcophagus or a monumental statue.
Aweidah Gallery is very pleased to present this rare style of ancient "Egyptian" Abydos ware highly burnished wine jug and a drinking bowl, long neck, large handle and a flat base, dated from, 3300 - 2700 BC
Abydos ware (a-BY-dos ware)
Pottery of Canaanite (Syro-Palestinian) origin found in the royal tombs of the First and Second ...click for details