Authentic Ancient Egyptian Artifacts for Sale

All my Egyptian artifacts were legally exported from Egypt prior to the 1970 UNESCO treaty, and my policies comply with all international trade laws regarding antiquities. The items are legally and ethically acquired, coming from old American and European collections and auctions. Provenance is not always listed in every item description due to restricted space, but is provided on the certificate of authenticity that accompanies each item. Enjoy!

Featured Egyptian Artifacts

Ancient Egypt, Late Period, c. 664 - 30 BC. Nice blue-green faience flask. The body round with flattened profile, the trumpet-like spout flanked by two pinched handles with cut-out holes for suspension. H: 2 3/8" (6 cm). A nice little flask, most likely contained oil used for an offering. Ex Henk Huffener collection, UK, acquired in the late 19th Century. Ask me about having a custom stand made! #AE2461: $350

Ancient Egypt. Late Period, c. 664-323 BC. Great carved stone amulet of Horus, in falcon form. With nice custom base. Amulet itself merasures 26 mm (1 1/16") high, entire piece with base stands 45 mm (1 3/4") tall. ex-Bob Brand and Liz Werthan coll., Philadelphia, PA. #AE2481: $450

Ancient Egypt. Late Period, c. 664 – 332 BC. Great Egyptian alabaster kohl vessel. The body ovoid with flattened bottom and narrow cylindrical neck with wide, flat rim. The vessel is well preserved with light deposits throughout, traces of kohl still deep inside. H: 3 in (7.6cm). Wonderful patina. Ex collection of J.D.R Fryer Collection, UK. #AE2610: $750

Ancient Egypt. Roman period, c. 1st - 2nd Century AD. A rare pair of Roman bangles of palm fiber, wrapped with linen thread and intertwined with glass beads. Each about 2 3/8 in (6 cm) in width. Most interesting and rarely encountered. Cf. Petrie, Objects of Daily Use, (London, 1927), p. 8-9, nos.104-5 (listed as Arab but subsequent excavation reports show they are earlier). Ex Time Machine, New York. (Jun 1991), lot 253. #AE2662: $299

Roman Egypt, c. 2nd Century AD. Great Roman orange-ware oil lamp depicting a Sothic dog. The animal atop a stand within the central discus, the shoulder adorned with a vine motif. L: 4 in (10.1cm). Light deposits over well-preserved orange slip, carbon deposits from ancient use on the nozzle. Ex collection of John Hibner, acquired in Turkey during military service in the 1960's. #AR2895: $350

Roman Egypt, c. 1st - 3rd Century AD. Great Egyptian gold and bronze loop from the Roman Period. The core of heavy bronze over which sheet gold has been hammered. 32 x 26mm. Few areas where the bronze core has been exposed. A neat piece which may be a form of jewelry or perhaps a loop for a larger composition. Ex property from a private San Francisco estate; estate residuary beneficiary California Pacific Medical Center Foundation. #AE2039x2: $399

Ancient Egypt, c. 2nd Millennium BC. Rare Egyptian copper adze. Used for carving wood in antiquity, the cutting edge would originally have been perpendicular to the handle. L: 3 3/4" (9.7 cm), losses to end. Nice green patina with heavy earthen deposits. Ex Los Angeles, CA private collection. #WP2271: $250

Egypt, Late Period, c. 664 - 30 BC. Choice Egyptian limestone head of a goddess. Perhaps depicting Hathor, beautifully detailed, wearing a vulture-winged headdress with recessed central area bordered by uraei for an insert in another material, and a uraeus. Her well-modeled features indicate that this head would have belonged to a beautiful statue. H: 2 1/2 in (6.4 cm). Light deposits and mounted on a custom stone base which allows it to be rotated 360 degrees. Ex Los Angeles private collection, acquired at Auction; I.M. Chait, Beverly Hills, CA. *A similar example at the Met has been attributed to Arsinoe II, half-sister/wife and co-pharaoh of Ptolemy II, daughter of Ptolemy I, c. 3rd century BC (approx). #NAV136: $750 SOLD

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Phenomenal Egyptian faience figure of the goddess Ma'at. Ancient Egypt, Late Period, c. 600-300 BC. She is depicted squatting with her knees drawn up; her feather now missing. Lovely turquoise-blue to green color, with black details. Excellent facial features. H: 52 mm (2 1/8"). A VERY RARE figure in faience! ex-estate of Thomas Bentley Cederlind, Portland, OR. Gorgeous color.
A mini-masterpiece! #AE2548: $2000

Late Period Egypt, c. 664-525 BC. Wonderful light blue faience shallow offering jar. Of the type depicted in the "opening of the mouth" ceremony in tomb paintings and reliefs. Intact and attractive! 2 1/8" (5.6 cm) tall. Ex Los Angeles private collection. #0411003: $450