Fourteen Egyptian faience plaques, rings, cartouches and pendants
Second Intermediate Period - Late Peiod, circa 1786-525 B.C.
Including a Second Intermediate Period pale green faience domed seal impressed with a mounted hunter lassoing an ostrich, 21mm. chipped; seven New Kingdom items, including a bright blue glazed composition scarab ring, with papyrus blosoms on each shoulder, finger size 'R', 24mm. diam., a bright blue faience cartouche of Aten, with half his name inscribed, 'in his name of brightness which is the Aten', Amarna Period, circa 1350 B.C., 20mm., a pale green faience ring bezel of Amenhotep III, 'Neb-maat-Re', a pale blue foundation deposit plaque of Ramesses III, 28mm., an Egyptian blue cartouche inscibed, 'Majesty which is in the palace', 14mm., and two openwork sistrum amulets both with Sekmet holding a staff, 22mm. tallest; and six Late Period items, including a blue glassy faience double-sided plaque with 'Amun is beautiful' on one side and a falcon-headed god on the other, 15mm., two faience bundle-backed stamp seals, 25mm., a bright blue faience scarab pendant, with pierced suspension loop, 26th Dynasty, 19mm., a bright blue faience pendant moulded in relief with Ra wearing the scarab headdress, with a pierced suspension loop, 26th Dynasty, 21mm., and a green glass ring bezel moulded with a central dark blue scarab, 17mm. (14)
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