Amarna, Ancient Egypt. 18th Dynasty, 1364 - 1334 BC
Artifacts unearthed at Tel-el-Amarna during Egyptian explorations of the 1920's.

All my Egyptian artifacts were legally exported from Egypt prior to the 1970 UNESCO Convention, and subsequent international trade laws regarding antiquities. The items are from old American and European collections... many purchased in the 1920's, having resided in private collections ever since.

Akhenaten's city of Akhetaten (or Akhetaton), literally translates to "Horizon of the Aten (Sun God)".
The city was built as a new capital of Egypt under Pharaoh Akhenaten, and was dedicated to his new monotheistic religion centered around one god, the Aten (the Sun God). Construction began early in his reign (year 4=1364 BC or 1346 BC) and was likely finished in or around by year 9 (1359 BC or 1341 BC).


Blue faience ring fragment from Tel el-Amarna. New Kingdom, Mid-18th Dynasty, c.1353-1322 BC. Depicts the Eye of Horus. Vividly colored, a nice example of very high quality faience. 15 mm (5/8") dia. Ex Negus Collection, UK, acquired in the early 20th Century. Separate fragment of the ring band comes with it. #A101361: $225



Amarna, Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Excellent bright blue faience half of a finger ring depicting the Eye of Horus. Excellent detail and intact. Ex-JR collection, Orange County, CA. #AE20824: $325



Amarna. New Kingdom, Mid-18th Dynasty, c.1353-1322 BC.
Large "Fugitive" pottery shard, details painted on and not glazed, with white slip and details painted in hues of blue, black and red.
An Imperial piece from Royal palace storerooms. Totally unique and impossible to replace!
61x55 mm (2 7/16" x 2 1/8") and very thick! ex-Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hamilton Carr collection, purchased on a trip to Cairo in 1967-1968. #AE2536: $199


New Kingdom Egypt. A striking group of terracotta amulet molds from Tell el-Amarna, dating from the tumultuous time of Akhenaten, c. 1364-1341 BC. Each has some wear and most have remains of original faience paste inside. From a University of New Mexico scholarly collection formed in the 1960's & 1970's.


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold of a cartouche! Likely for a ring bezel, depicting the name of a Pharaoh. 21 mm (7/8"). Nice and rare! #AE2411: $350


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold of a cartouche! Likely for a ring bezel, depicting the name of a Pharaoh. 22 mm (7/8"). Nice and rare! #AE2412: $375


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for a rosette inlay. Deep-cut impression with remains of red faience paste still inside! 21 mm (7/8"). Beautiful! #AE2417: $275


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for an offering jar amulet or inlay. 30 mm (1 3/16"). Nice detail, terrible, blurry photo. #AE2429: $199


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Large clay mold of a fruit amulet. Excellent piece with nice red coloration and deep-cut impression. 38 mm (1 1/2"). Palm-print of the maker visible on back! #AE2432: $225


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold of a "Nefer" heiroglyph amulet or inlay. Nice piece with red coloration and deep-cut impression. 30 mm (1 3/16"). #AE2433: $250


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Interesting clay mold of a chevron-shaped amulet or inlay. Crisp detail and nice light color. 28 mm (1 1/8"). Probably a tile element, as they had beautiful decorative floor and wall tiles in the buildings at Amarna that were made from colorful elements such as these. They also attached loops to shapes like this for the multilayered broad collars often depicted in art. #AE2430: $199


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Interesting clay mold of a cobra head! Nice light color, very deep-cut impression. 28 mm (1 1/8"). The cobra head was likely for a uraeus (cobra) on a faience statue or wall decoration, as some rooms had rows of uraeii along the tops of the walls. #AE2431: $299


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for a fruit amulet. Nice surfaces, deep red color, light earthen deposits.
30 mm (1 1/8"). #AE2403: $150


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for an offering jar amulet or inlay. 34 mm (1 5/16"). Remains of ancient faience paste on inside. #AE2397: $175


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for a rosette inlay. Deep-cut impression with remains of faience paste and Amarna earthen deposits! Incredible detail. 26 mm (1"). #AE2401: $250


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold of a fruit amulet. Nice piece with nice red coloration and very deep-cut impression. 23 mm (7/8"). #AE2399: $175


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for a rosette inlay. Deep-cut impression with Amarna earthen deposits! Extremely deep-cut detail, nice red color.
27 mm (1 1/16"). #AE2282: $199


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Beautiful clay mold for a scarab! Measures 28 mm (1 1/8"). Great detail, deep impression. Traces of faience residue and earthen deposits inside. #AE2400: $325


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Large clay mold of a fruit amulet. Excellent piece with nice red coloration and deep-cut impression. 32 mm (1 1/4"). Great detail. #AE2396: $250

A nice group of small faience amulets from the Ernest Freemark collection (1882-1966), acquired between 1913-1915

Amarna, Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Excellent faience amulet of Bes, depicted in profile, holding tambourine. Nice color and detail. 13 mm (1/2"). ex-Ernest Freemark collection (1882-1966), acquired between 1913-1915, ex-R. Knickerbocker collection; NY, by descent. #AE2200: $125

Amarna, Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Nice small blue faience amulet of an Eye of Horus or perhaps a fish. Mold-made, and holed through for suspension. Hole filled with ancient material. 13 mm (1/2"). Ex-JR collection, Orange County, CA. #AE20822x2: $175 SOLD

Amarna, Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Beautiful faience amulet of Bes, depicted in profile, holding tambourine. Excellent bright blue color. 11 mm (just under 1/2"). ex-Ernest Freemark collection (1882-1966), acquired between 1913-1915, ex-R. Knickerbocker collection; NY, by descent. #AE2201: $125

Amarna, Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Blue faience amulet of a leaf. Top half only, the bottom missing. Bright blue color with small blue-green faience suspension loop/bead at top. 17 mm (5/8"). Ex-JR collection, Orange County, CA. #AE20825x2: $99

Amarna, Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Nice blue-green faience axe-shaped pendant. Mold-made, and holed through for suspension. Hole filled with ancient material. 20 mm (3/4"). Ex-JR collection, Orange County, CA. #AE20821x2: $125

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Blue faience ring fragment from Tel el-Amarna. New Kingdom, Mid-18th Dynasty, c.1353-1322 BC. Depicts the Eye of Horus. Vividly colored, a nice example of very high quality faience. Ex Negus Collection, UK, acquired in the early 20th Century.


Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Fantastic and very large clay mold for a palm tree amulet. Nice red tone. 33 mm (1 3/8"). #AE2395: $325
SOLD

Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for an Ankh amulet (symbolizes "life"). 27 mm (1 1/16"). Rare and highly desirable! #AE2398: $275
SOLD

Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Large clay mold for an Eye of Horus amulet. Deep-cut impression with remains of faience paste still inside! Perhaps the most desirable of amulet mold types. 33 mm (1 1/4"). See more about Eye of Horus amulets HERE. #AE2402: $350
SOLD

Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC.
Clay mold for a rosette inlay. Deep-cut impression with remains of red faience paste still inside! 27 mm (1 1/16"). #AE2394: $250
SOLD



Amarna, Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1570 - 1075 BC. Nice white floral pendant inlay from a collar. 18 mm (11/16"). ex-Ernest Freemark collection (1882-1966), acquired between 1913-1915, ex-R. Knickerbocker collection; NY, by descent. #AE2207: $125 SOLD

Nice blue faience ring fragment from Tel el-Amarna. New Kingdom, Mid-18th Dynasty, c.1353-1322 BC. Depicts the Eye of Horus. Vividly colored, a nice example of very high quality faience. Repaired from 3 parts. Bezel diameter 19 mm (3/4"). ex-H.S. collection, London, formed in the 1960's.
#AE2266: $375
SOLD

New Kingdom Egypt. Amarna, Late 18th - 19th Dynasty, c. 1426 - 1190 BC. An attractive blue faience ‘Eye of Horus’ ring. Well-preserved faience with good color. Repaired. W: 25mm. ex-J. Rilling collection, Orange County, CA. #AE2230: $599 SOLD

The Gem of the Group! Amarna, Egypt. 1364-1341 BC. Fantastic clay mold for an amulet of Anubis! Depicts Anubis, the jackal-headed god, standing wearing Egyptian kilt, holding an Ankh (symbolizing "life") in one hand, a tall jackal-headed staff in his other. Very old collection or excavation label on back, likely from the 1800's. H: 34 mm (1 5/16") with nice gray color. Light traces of finger-prints of the original maker on edge! ex-Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hamilton Carr collection, purchased in 1967-1968. #AE2537: $450 SOLD