Ancient Egyptian Pottery
Pre-Dynastic Egypt Artifacts
Ancient Egypt. Late Period, c. 664-535 BC. A fantastic and large faience statuette of Thoth, the ibis-headed god. Depicted standing with one leg forward, holding a large square udjat (Eye of Horus) - that side not shown in photo unfortunately. 48 mm (1 7/8"). ex-Taos, NM collection, purchased at a New York gallery in the 1960's. With nice custom stand. #AE2389: $550 SOLD
Ancient Egypt. Middle Kingdom, c. 2061 – 1690 BC.
Gorgeous necklace of Egyptian carnelian beads, of varying styles and sizes from tiny round beads to large examples with faceted or tapered ends, each with a lovely polish and all strung on modern cord and clasp and ready to wear. Largest bead measures 3 cm in length. Necklace measures 16" (40.6 cm).
Ex Christie’s London, purchased in 1983. #JS2044: $750 SOLD
Ancient Egypt, Late Period, c. 664 – 30 B. Egyptian faience kohl pot. With squat body and narrow flat base, the mouth also narrow with rounded rim. Well-preserved with pale blue-green color and light earthen deposits. H: 3.5 cml Dia: 4.6 cm. Mounted on a lucite base. Ex B.C. Antiques, Los Angeles gallery, closed during the 1970’s. #AE2375: $299 SOLD
A strand of Egyptian blue faience beads - ex Flinders Petrie collection! A nice strand of Egyptian light blue faience tube beads, Late Period, c. 664 - 30 BC, along with a swatch of linen from the wrappings of a mummy. Included is the original label which reads - 'Ancient Egyptian necklace of beads in fine light blue glaze, B.C. 900, excavated at Gurob by Prof. Flinders Petrie. From a quantity of beadwork taken from the neck of a mummy. Specimen of the mummy’s cloth attached'. L: 19 in (48.1 cm). Some of the beads with light chipping but a great opportunity to acquire a necklace from one of the grandfathers of Egyptology! Ex UK private collection. #JE2030: $750 SOLD
Roman Egypt, c. 1st- 3rd Century AD. Large Romano-Egyptian terracotta head of a woman, with large diadem and ears pierced for earrings. H: 2 7/8” (7.5cm). With removable base. Ex Philadelphia, PA private collection. A large and attractive display piece! Very impressive in person. #AR2663: $375 SOLD
RARE! Ancient Egypt, Late Period, c. 664 - 535 BC. An intact section of faience beaded shroud or netting. Comprised of multi-colored faience disc beads from the beaded net which covered some of the Late Period mummies. The beads are held together with the original threading and are nicely preserved with earthen deposits on the surfaces. Measures 39x45 mm (1 7/16" x 1 7/8"). ex-Ernest Freemark collection formed 1913-1915; ex-R. Knickerbocker collection, NY, by descent. With Mr. Freemark's original small paper envelope with inked notes from when it was collected. #AE2530: $299 SOLD
Roman Egypt, c. 1st-3rd century AD. Bronze bracelet formed from thick, twisted wire, in two parts with losses. Olive-green patina with earthen deposits. Dia: 2 3/8" (61 mm). Ex-B.C. Antiques, Los Angeles gallery, closed during the 1970’s. #JS2045: $125 SOLD
Old Kingdom Egypt, c. 2649 - 2150 BC. An incredibly rare Egyptian stucco sculptor's model of a man. Nicely carved, wearing a short wig and belted kilt, features sensitively rendered in fine style. 2 3/4 in x 1 1/4 in (7 x 3.2 cm). Light deposits throughout and a very handsome piece. Ex Los Angeles, CA private collection; Ex New York gallery. #AE2470: $950 SOLD