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. Every item is legally and ethically acquired, coming from old American and European collections, museum deaccessions 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. Greco-Roman period, c. 1st Century BC - 1st Century AD. A lovely fragment from a stucco mask. The stucco fragment was once part of a burial mask, the forehead above the left eye and part of the hair and wreath still preserved with remnants of original paint. The underside of of this mask was apparently pressed upon the face of the deceased to form fit. Not to be morbid, but I truly appreciate every antiquity I have the honor of passing through my hands… I noticed this feature and placed it over my left brow and it all but "locked in place". I must say I closed my eyes and felt like the modern world whooshed away for a moment. Quite a moment. A testament to the detail the ancients took while preparing these funerary furnishings. This little gem measures 3 3/8" x 3 1/4". I'm kind of resistant to let it go, honestly. Ex Oxford, UK private collection. #AE3205: $575

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. #AE2039: $250

Ancient Egypt, c. Old Kingdom through Late Period, c. 2686 - 323 BC. A nice, small Egyptian ceramic offering dish, a type made and used throughout the long history of ancient Egypt to leave small offerings at temples or tombs. W: 1 5/8" (4 cm). Light deposits. Ex Gagne collection, San Francisco, acquired in the 1960's while working as a flight attendant for PanAm airlines; thence by descent. #AE3078: $125 SOLD


Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664 - 30 BC. An interesting large Egyptian terracotta statuette depicting two figures, with arms reaching across to each other. H: 4 3/4 in (12.2 cm). Some surface wear with deposits throughout. Ex Royal Athena Galleries, New York; acquired from Sotheby's, London, December 1987. #AE3220: $375 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664 - 30 BC. A rare Egyptian ceramic situla-type vessel. Ovoid in shape with pointed base, traces of swirls and lines in a pale slip, now faded with age and underneath deposits. An interesting little vessel! H: 3 in (7.7cm). Ex New Jersey private collection. #AE3207: $350

Old Kingdom Egypt, c. 2575 - 2150 BC. An excellent and quite large Old Kingdom alabaster jar, the ovoid body tapering to a flattened base, the neck narrows with rounded rim. The interior is well-bored, and the vessel possesses thick walls. Carved from attractive mottled stone and a pleasing example! Slight restoration to lip. H: 3 3/4 in (9.8 cm). Light surface deposits. * This is the nicest Old Kingdom stone vessel I have had. It is wonderful. If you hold it up to a strong light you can see exactly which angle it rested at for over 4,000 years. Ex collection of Bonnie O'Boyle, PA. #AE3217: $1200 SOLD

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Ancient Egypt. Late Period, c. 664 - 525 BC. A group of assorted Egyptian faience beads in antique box, and includes tubular and disk beads, most in shades of blue to white. Ex estate of Maria (Lila) Decatur Mayo Deyo Garnett, niece of Ruth Deyo; Ex collection of Ruth Deyo, acquired early-mid 1900's. Mrs. Deyo was a world-renowned musician and personality, well-known for her appreciation of Egyptian culture. She was also one of the first few people brought by friend Howard Carter into the tomb of Tutankhamen after his discovery! #AE2705: $399 SOLD


Ancient Egypt, c. Old Kingdom through Late Period, c. 2686 - 323 BC. A large Egyptian ceramic offering dish, a type made and used throughout the long history of ancient Egypt to leave small offerings at temples or tombs1 W: 6.2 cm (just under 2 1/2"). Light deposits. Ex Gagne collection, San Francisco, acquired in the 1960's while working as a flight attendant for PanAm airlines; thence by descent. #AE3079: $175 SOLD



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 SOLD