A Blue faience cosmetic vessel dating to the New Kingdom circa 1300-1200 BC with name of Ramses II
Size: 2 inches X 1 1/2 inches
Condition: Intact but The color has faded somewhat. The glyphs can still be seen however.
A Blue faience Ushabti figure dating to the 21/22 dynasty, circa 1000-700 BC.
Size: 2 inches X 5 inches
Condition: The Ushabti is recomposed from two large fragments, the faience shows wear, affecting most of the Ushabti. The color has faded somewhat. The glyphs can still be read however.
Egyptian Ptolemaic Period Circa 400-200 BC round faience arybalos with feather like decorated sides spout and handle missing but extremely rare
Size: 38 X 43 mm
Condition: Very Fine with light green glaze but fragmentary
References: Compare Reifstahl Ancient ...click for details
Egyptian Late Period Circa 600-300 BC striding deity faience amulet of Bes
Size: 16 X 8 mm
Condition: Intact with light green glaze
References: Compare Petrie, Amulets Plate XXXIII 188 O for an amulet with similar workmanship.