Three Egyptian Antiquities and a Roman glass intaglio, 4
Lot 402
Three Egyptian antiquities and a Roman glass intaglio, 4
Sold for £225 (US$ 378) inc. premium
Lot Details
Three Egyptian antiquities
New Kingdom - Third Intermediate Period, circa 1400-656 B.C
A glazed composition scarab with prenomen of Amenophis III, ie Nebaatre, 35mm long; an Egyptian blue funerary scarab for stitching to wrappings of a mummy, 2¼in (6cm) long; a steatite Bes head plaque, the underside with prenomen cartouche of Tuthmosis III, ie Menkheperre, and remains of a walking horse, New Kingdom, 18th dynasty circa 1400 B.C., 1¼in (3cm) high; and a Roman glass intaglio, circa 2nd-3rd Century A.D., mounted in a silver ring, 12mm long (4)


  • Provenance:
    UK private collection, Cheshire, Cyril Nicholson (b. 1881), by descent through four generations of the vendor's family, inclusive of C.N.
  1. Frances Robinson
    Specialist - Furniture
    Banbury Road
    Oxford, OX5 1JH
    United Kingdom
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