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a superb lulua figure

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: African: Sculpture: Pre 1900   item# 1170572

a superb lulua figure
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


17000€ 

a 19th century lulua power figure with typical style as described in m.l.felix "110 people of zaire :large head with pointed coiffure,scarified neck showing adam's apple,prominent ombilicus,short legs and separated feet.many scarifications on body and head,17,5cm deep glossy patina from an old colonial collection collected in situ before 1930 by the parents of lady with a document signed by her


new guinea mask,ramu river

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Oceanic: Pre 1920   item# 880179 (stock# 15)

new guinea mask,ramu river
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


7500€ 

beautiful old ramu mask shell eyes,beautiful long nose good patina,41cm ex m hamson ex new york collection


mummy of a baboon , Egypt ,with radiography and scann

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Egyptian: Pre AD 1000   item# 1002230

 mummy of a baboon , Egypt ,with radiography and scann
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


7500€ 

An egyptian mummy of a baboon, old belgian collection . Egyptians mummified animals for one of two reasons. Either they were ensuring that a beloved pet could follow them into the afterlife, or the mummies were for those gods who had a specific animal cult. For example, Horus was worshipped as a hawk or falcon, Hathor as a cow, and Bastet as a cat. Mummies of these animals were thus left as offerings at the respective temples.Baboons also represented Thoth, the god of the moon as well as th ...click for details


a superb egyptian wood ibis

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Egyptian: Wood: Pre AD 1000   item# 1130267

a superb  egyptian wood ibis
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


5500€ 

a superb ibis ,wood and stucco ,probably LATE PERIOD TO PTOLEMAIC PERIOD, 664-30 B.C head reglued can be properly restored for inexpensive fee from an old belgium collection 22,7cm long (stand )on 19,5 high


a high quality chancay urn,with tl test

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Americas: Pre Columbian: Pre 1492   item# 1227309

a high quality chancay urn,with tl test
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


5500€ 

a fantastic quality chancay urn ,representing a hunter ,terra cotta 54cm it was collected in 1965 in paris reputadly from jacques kerchache .i cannot check this ,but the quality of the object could make me think its true .Tl test shows 800years of age


crocodile god bust,alabaster, XVIIIth dynasty,published

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Ancient World: Egyptian: Sculpture: Pre AD 1000   item# 885582 (stock# 102)

crocodile god bust,alabaster, XVIIIth dynasty,published
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


5000€ 

an alabaster "sobek " bust ,18th dynasty 1554-1305bc,the nose broken along a vein in the marble that we can find again on the chest The headress is a nemθs whose two parts are seen on the chest .Sobek is associated with fertility associated with vivid waters he was identified as a creator god and to the solar god RΚ.14,5/11,5cm published in "du nil ΰ l'escaut,5june1991,banque bruxelles lambert p120ill 119(see enlargments )


a wooden anubis egypt

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Pre AD 1000   item# 1130279

a wooden anubis egypt
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


4750€ 

a wooden polychrome anubis 23cm probably from ptolemaic period from an old belgium collection acquired in the 60ties and stayed in the family


burial jar ,cotabato aera ,mindanao philippines ,15th

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Sculpture: Pre 1492   item# 896685 (stock# 104)

burial jar ,cotabato aera ,mindanao philippines ,15th
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


3500€ 

secondary burial jar ,cotabato aera ,mindanao province 86cm.Several burial caves were found in the southwesten portion of cotabato province.These caves had a large number of urns and lids carves from limestone the average size was about 60cm which would be too small for primary burial .the lids were various :some of gable form ressembling the roof of houses.some conical forms extended to vertical elements often carved into human heador the upper part of a human figure .Conclusions have been made ...click for details


a fine chinese portrait

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Chinese: Paintings: Pre 1900   item# 952679 (stock# 119)

a fine chinese portrait
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


3000€ 

a very fine chinese portrait of a dignitaire ,probably 19th century,brought back in 1930 by the belgian director of the railway building in china slight damages in the upper corners ,with its original art deco frame .148/100cm difficult to photograph through the glass!


a Cotabato aera, limestone, funeral jar

Catalogue: Antiques: Regional Art: Asian: Southeast Asian: Pre AD 1000   item# 1232875

a Cotabato aera, limestone, funeral jar
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galerie Cecile Kerner
32475830042


2800€ 

a Cotabato aera ,funeral limestone jar 5th century for the second burial .these jars were found in grottos those with anthropomorphic tops were from high rank people in the society. this jar has arms around the body of the jar and a very touching expression .all the jars are different and supposed to portray the deceased person .from the collection of maria Closa ,niece of the famous collector terry Baylosis .

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