Authentic Ancient Romano-Egyptian terracotta hollow-cast statuette of an Enthroned Pharaoh. c. 30 B.C. - 395 A.D. 15 cm tall. 6 cm wide. White slip glaze traces remaining. Chip to throne and head missing. Although other examples of the seated pharaoh are known it is one of the rarest depictions and is not represented In the British Museum catalogue of over 800 terracotta's of the Graceo-Roman era in the Museum's collection.
Carved bluish-gray lapis stone amulet depicting
multiple eyes of Horus having two opposing sets of eyes with a small floral motif in the center. Drilled suspension hole through the center. 1-3/8” x 1-3/16” Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, 26th to 31st Dynasty, ca. 664 to 332 BCE.
Lapis was not found in Egypt. But was thought to be imported from the ancient near eastern trade routes.
New Jersey private collection, originally, ex. Moghrabi Family collection, NJ., by inheritance.
Large and Authentic Ancient Romano-Egyptian (c. 30 B.C. - 395 A.D.) Double Sided Faience Amulet of Bes, the Lion-Headed Dwarf God, protector of the home and children. Dark blue-green faience with highlights to feather crown, face, beard, hands, feet and genitalia in lighter yellow-green faience. 5.5 cm. Mounted on modern base for display (7 cm inc. base).
Finely modeled shabti for the priest Ankh-Hap, who holds the title of a ‘Great Warrior’.
The inscription in one vertical column on the front begins with the sehedj-formula: The illuminated Osiris, the great warrior and revered master, Ankh-Hap.
The rather round face shows well-drawn eyes and eyebrows, a prominent nose and pursed lips...
Nice anepigraphic shabti, depicted mummiform with tripartite wig and false beard.
The small face shows nicely modeled features and rather large ears.
The hands are crossed over the chest and hold agricultural implements. The seedbag is slung over the left shoulder. The shabti has a back pillar and stands on an integral base.
The remnants of bone glue on the back point to an old mount...
Large wooden Isis knot with beautiful polychromy pertaining to a piece of furniture.
The gessoed surface painted teal, red and yellow with black outlining. The black side with an ochre wash.
Fixed to a furniture piece with tenon tongues on top and bottom. The upper tenon tongue broken off together with a small portion of the upper loop. The tenon tongue on the bottom missing.
For Isis knots and other protective symbols on the back of a chair owned by Hatnefer, cf. acc. no...
A fine polychrome New Kingdom wood shabti, with slender form, decorated with a broad collar necklace, with green and black lines, with seed sack and yoke and pots on the back, with arms crossed over chest and hands holding agricultural implements. Vertical line of hieroglyphic text stating "The Inspector the Osiris (deceased), the Chief Officer of the Treasury "House of Silver" of the Temple of Amun, was born to ???? justification". 19th/20th Dynasty, 1293-1070 BC. 8.26 inches high/21 cm...
Rare Egyptian limestone figure of kneeling Asiatic prisoners. Possibly for use as a gaming-piece.
The naked men are tied together in a particularly uncomfortable position with their arms and legs fixed on their backs.
The preserved head shows beautifully drawn eyes, disheveled hair and a bristly beard. The figure exposes the characteristic features of Syrians in Egyptian art.
Made of soft limestone, excellent composition, rare.
Published as fig...
Deep blue glazed faience shabti for Nesy-per-nub, one of the important priests in the second Cache of Deir El Bahri. His shabtis display text variants that refer to his various titles.
The two columns of hieroglyphic text read: (1) O shabti, say: I will irrigate [the riparian lands] (2) for the Osiris, the ‘Scribe of the temple of Mut’, Nesy-per-nub, justified.
The hieroglyph for the goddess Mut is cursorily rendered...
Ancient Egyptian Scarab for Thutmose III
This is a nice ancient Egyptian scarab for Thutmose III.
The scarab is inscribed with a standing figure of a king wearing the Blue Crown (Khepresh), holding the crook and the Ankh for life. Before the king the prenomen of the Pharaoh Tuthmosis III: "Men-Kepher-Re", in a cartouche.
For comparable one see:
H.R. Hall, Catalogue of Egyptian Scarabs, etc., in the British Museum, Vol. 1; no...
Large faience fragment of a double-sided Hathor head, which was the center part of a sistrum, a musical instrument that was used in rituals.The Hathor faces are nicely modelled and surrounded by a curled wig that is bound at intervals with ribbons. Underneath each face is a collar composed of beads. On either side of the triangular-shaped Hathor faces with cows ears is a uraeus, one with the Double Feathers Crown and Uraei, the other one with the White Crown...
Ancient Egyptian Red Fainence Monkey Amulet 1,4 cm
Provenance: Old German collection befor 1983
Condition: look at pictures
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With thick, short-cropped, curly hair, with defined ears and facial details. Large deep-drilled eyes were once inlaid. Traces of original pigment on the neck. Remains of laurel wreath on top of the head. 1st Century BC/1st Century AD. Intact as shown. 4 1/2 inches high. Mounted. Ex. Christies. With Mitsukoshi Department Store Tokyo, 1979
A superb large wearable necklace, consisiting of handpicked Torquise, red and blue Egyptian faiance beads, ca. 2nd.-1st. millenium BC.
A costum made necklace with a nice costum jewellery lock with ancient motif. Built with three seperate strands, giving it a much more massive torquise look to it, 100s of beads, incl. the hemispheric spacers. Very wearable and attractive with any close but espcially black.
Size: 74-75 cm. in a single strand.
A terrific costum mounted collection of mummybeads in faiance, as a wearable necklace and bracelet, 2nd.-1st. millenium BC.
Very attractive work - the necklace built on a yellow metal frame with metal spacers and a solid lock. The bracelet equally nice with modern metal lock and both consisting of hundreds of individual ancient faiance beads.
The necklace is ca. 40 cm. long as a single strand.
Ex. German Private collection, aquired between 1972-1994.
Highly stylized female figure carved from a piece of bone. The prominent head with two deep vertical incisions that delimit the sides of the nose and of the pursed lips...
Egyptian head of a king with tightly fitting headdress, the uraeus and the vulture partially preserved on the forehead.
Eyes and eyebrows recessed to bear inlays. Also the body of the rearing uraeus was originally inlayed.
Attractive facial features with slightly aquiline nose and full lips, the almond-shaped eyes with cosmetic lines to the outer corners. False beard missing.
For a related example, cf. inv. no. D.961.2.188 in the Louvre Museum database.
Rare theophorous figure offering the small cult statue of a baboon. The Thot priest holds his right hand raised in a gesture of blessing.
The bald priest is shown with almond-shaped eyes, a pinched nose, pursed lips and big ears.
The standing figure wears a knee-length skirt, the feet are missing.
The baboon is one of the representations of Thot, the Egyptian god of writing and other intellectual pursuits.
For a similar example, cf. item no. 218 in: Georg Steindorff....