All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Stone : Prehistorical item #1422540 (stock #m13042.2)
Ancient Egyptian Black Steatite Scarab Amulet 2,3cm

For comparable see: British Museum

Accession number: 23617

For comparable see: ISBN: 978-3-7278-1755-7 page 121 picture 1.

For comparable see: Historical Scarabs ISBN: 0890051224 page 61.

Condition: look at pictures

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Stone : Prehistorical item #1422535 (stock #m12042.1)
A steatite motto scarab with torquise blue glazed and inscription where cobras confronted with falcon.

Second Intermediate Period, Dynasty 15 (about 1650–1550 BC)

Size 13mm

Condition: look at pictures

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All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pottery : Prehistorical item #1421366 (stock #m01042.2)
Painting on Egyptian pottery is not very common before the New Kingdom (1550-1069 BC), but appears often in the late 18th Dynasty. This blue-decorated pottery was first recognised on a bigger scale at the palace of king Amenhotep III (1388-1351/50 BC)...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1421292 (stock #m31032.2)
Ancient Egyptian Faience "Djoser" Tile, 3rd Dynasty, - c. 2.36 x 1.42 inches - ca. 6 cm x 3,6 cm

Egyptian Faience "Djoser" Tile, 3rd Dynasty, c. 2650 BC. Faience tile with blue-green glaze. Size 6.1 x 3.4 cm. Smooth surface obverse with a projection and hole on the reverse for hanging. Small chip at upper right corner and along bottom, otherwise intact.

The blue faience tiles were made to resemble the reed matting of the king's palace at Memphis...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Prehistorical item #1421102 (stock #m29032)
The horizontal inscription reads: “Illuminate the Osiris of the priest of the goddess Smentet, PA-DI-USIR”. He was a priest of the goddess Smentet and priest of the sanctuary of Ptah-Un! His moters name is given as Irbinat.

This ushabti figurine is depicted as a worker holding two hoes for work in the fields of Osiris in the afterlife. He is wearing a tripartite wig which falls down between the shoulders. He has an Osiris-type beard which ends in a tight forward curl...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1416557
Ancient Egyptian Shabti for Mentu-hetep

This is a rare and nice ancient Egyptian shabti for Mentu-hetep (for the name see Ranke I, p.154,21). This shabti was excavated by Arthur Mace 1899 -1901 in Abydos, North Cemetery D, tomb 16C (Randall - McIver & Mace, El Amrah and Abydos, 1899 - 1901, p. 98, pl. LVIII, no...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1416376
Ancient Egyptian Shabti for the Wab-priest Nesamun

This is an interesting ancient Egyptian shabti with a brilliant blue glazed faience from the Third Intermediate Period. On the front with a vertical column of hieroglyphs reading:
„The Osiris, the Wab-priest of Amun Nesamum, justified“
(Wsjr wab n Jmn Ns-Jmn mAa-xrw)
Probably a Wab-priest during the reign of Pinedjem I.
Size is a little bit larger than 10,8 cm, depends how deep it is in the wooden stand...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1415551
This is a really nice scarab from the Second Intermediate Period. The scarab depicting a scroll border enclosing the signs „nefer“ and „maat-feather“. The inscription of the scarab is very fine.

Date: Egypt, Second Intermediate Period, ca. 1782 - 1570 B.C.
Material: Steatite
Size: ca...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1415029
This is a nice glazed ancient Egyptian open-worked scarab.
The underside of the scarab is inscribed with a hes vase, two ankh signs and two lotus flowers.

Date: Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, ca. 1570 - 1293 B.C.
Material: glazed steatite
Size: ca. 1,4 cm; c. 0.55 inches
Condition: Clypeus slightly chipped
Provenance: old private collection, bought ca. 1920 from the „Khawam Brothers“ in Cairo

The authenticity of the item is unconditionally guaranteed...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1414752
Ancient Egyptian Shabti for Nesi-Khonsu from the Cache II

This is a rare and interesting ancient Egyptian shabti for Nesi-Khonsu (for the name see Ranke I, 178,20). This shabti was found in Deir el-Bahari, the famous Cache II...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1412778
This is a rare private name scarab from the Middle Kingdom. The scarab is inscribed with the name and title: „Seal bearer of the King of Upper and Lower Egypt and high steward, Akep, justified“

For a comparable with other name see:
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Accession Number 24.1514

Date: Egypt, Late Middle Kingdom, ca. 2100 - 1640 B.C.
Material: Steatite
Size: ca...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1411876
A nice faience amulet with the head of the God Bes in a round open-worked tablet with jagged edges and a hole for suspending. Three feathers of his tiara, his eyebrows and the pupils are inlaid with black paste...
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1409845
Colorful fragment from a sarcophagus. Depicting and facing left, Osiris and two of the four sons of Horus - the falcon headed god - Qebehsenuef and the jackal headed god, Duamutef. All wearing elaborate, cross-hatched, net-design garments. Hieroglyphic inscription and remains of feather design underneath. A very close parallel at the Brooklyn Museum, appears to date this cartonnage to probably the end of the 25th Dynasty, 712-664 B.C. 10 3/4 inches high X 6 1/4 inches wide. All original pigment....
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1406327
Nice and rare two-coloured glazed faience open-worked Wedjat Eye. The two-sided Wedjat Eye is set in a square ridged frame, pupil and brow-line in black glaze on both sides. Comes with a custom made stand.

For comparable one see:
Andrews, Amulets of Ancient Egypt (1994): fig.46,f
British Museum, Accession Number: EA63381
Petrie Museum UC52464, UC52465
W. M. Flinders Petrie, Amulets; Plate XXV, no.139

Date: Egypt, Third Intermediate Period to early Late Period...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Pre AD 1000 item #1405743
This is a very nice ancient Egyptian steatite scarab of high quality.
The main motive is an ibis, in front the goddess Maat, a nefer sign and an ankh sign.
Above the ibis is a cartouche of Thutmose III, Men-Kheper-Re. The scarab is undercut, difficult to see, because of the modern gold bolt which goes through the scarab.

Date: Egyptian, New Kingdom, 18. Dynasty, ca.1450 B.C.
Material: Steatite
Size: ca. 1,5 cm
Condition: intact
Provenance: German private...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Faience : Pre AD 1000 item #1403905
This is a very nice and well known shabti for Imhotep born of Aset-ur.
The shabti is inscribed with a single column of hieroglyphs:
shd Wsir htmw-bity Ii-m-htp ms n 3st- -hrw

The illuminated one, the Osiris, sealbearer of the King of Lower Egypt, Imhotep born of Isis-weret, True of voice.

The tomb of Imhotep was discovered in 1860 in Saqqara, see: J. & L. Aubert, Statuettes égyptiennes, Paris, 1974, p.235. Aubert identifies two types of shabti for this owner, one with t...

All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Sculpture : Pre AD 1000 item #1402412
An ancient Egyptian fragmentary serpentine ushabti of the Chief Lector Priest Petamenophis. 25th dynasty. Reign of Taharqa/Tanwetamani. 690-656 B.C. 2 1/2 inches high. Belgian art market, originally from H.S., an old Dutch collection, before 1980.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Ancient World : Egyptian : Bronze : Pre AD 1000 item #1401813
This is a nice ancient Egyptian votive offering table in rectangular shape with a central projecting channel in front (reproducing the shape of a Htp-offering table) while a frog is shown sitting astride the channel. The representation of a frog over a spout is strongly associated with the annual flood of the Nile and beyond to ideas of rebirth and regeneration. The surface of the table depicts three offerings and at the back are two suspension loops.

Date: Egypt, Late Period to Ptolemaic ...