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Sensual Egyptian Bronze Standing Figurine of a Goddess: Ex Sotheby's
Egyptian : Late Period Pre AD 1000: item #1363479

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery


This sensual Egyptian bronze figurine likely represents Isis, and dates to the Late Period, 26th-30th Dynasty, circa 664-342 B.C. This beautiful piece is approximately 5 inches high, and is mounted on a wooden base that is approximately 1 inch high, and this wooden base dates to the turn of the century. This standing figurine also has very pleasing and well-defined facial features, along with detailed armbands, wristbands, individual hair strands, and feet. The goddess is seen with her hands... Click for details

Egyptian Swivel Ring with Attractive Green-Black Steatite Stone
Egyptian : Second Intermediate Pre AD 1000: item #1360510

Apolonia Ancient Art
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This nice Egyptian swivel ring dates to the Second Intermediate Period, circa 1650-1549 B.C., and is approximately 1.1 inches in diameter and was made for an adult male. This piece is in superb condition, and has no repair and/or restoration. The stone has no cracks or chips, and the overall condition of this piece is superb to mint quality. This piece has an attractive green-black steatite stone that swivels around a wire that runs through the piece. This piece has a clever design, in that... Click for details

Exceptional Egyptian Glazed Steatite Scarab Amulet with Standing Bes
Egyptian : New Kingdom Pre AD 1000: item #1360469

Apolonia Ancient Art
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This exceptional piece is an Egyptian scarab that dates to the New Kingdom Period, XIX Dynasty, circa 1320-1200 B.C. This piece also falls within the period that Ramesses II ruled Egypt, circa 1304-1237 B.C. This piece is approximately 1.4 inches long, by .85 inches wide, by .7 inches high, and is in superb to mint condition with no repair and/or restoration. This piece is designed with the body of a beetle, and has a lovely light brown patina, with some minute white calcite and spotty black... Click for details

X-Rare Near Eastern & Egyptian Bronze Slashing Sword
Egyptian : New Kingdom Pre AD 1000: item #1359731

Apolonia Ancient Art
303-321-7351 gallery


This extremely rare weapon is a bronze slashing sword that dates circa 1800-1200 B.C. This remarkable piece is approximately 21.4 inches long, by 2.25 inches wide at the point where the blade meets the shank of the weapon. This piece was hand forged into one piece from bronze, and is a thick and heavy bronze weapon. This powerful weapon also has a blade that slightly graduates in width from the shank to the blunt end, and this blade section of the weapon is slightly curved. The straight... Click for details

Scarce Roman/Egyptian Gold Earrings with Standing Nude Concubines
Egyptian : Roman Period Pre AD 1000: item #1356496

Apolonia Ancient Art
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These scarce nearly identical standing nude concubine gold earrings date circa 1st century B.C.-1st century A.D. These erotic pieces are approximately 2.25 inches high, from the top of the hoop to the bottom of the figures, and are .3 inches wide at the shoulders. The figures themselves are approximately 1.5 inches high. These solid gold pieces together weigh 4.4 grams, and are not gold gilt over another metal which is sometimes the case relative to ancient jewelry. These attractive pieces... Click for details

Ptolemaic Stone Head of a Lion, Time of Cleopatra
Egyptian : Ptolomeic Pre AD 1000: item #1351367

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
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Veined Red Stone Head of a Lion, Ptolemaic / Early Roman, ca. 2nd Century BCE - 2nd Century CE. Ex: James William McChesney, Nefane, NY (1820 - 1897 CE) Sold at auction Christie's New York. Stone is 5" x 5 1/2" x 4", On stand 9" high. In excellent condition. For similar see Metropolitan Museum collection, gallery 128, Head of a Lion, Ptolemaic Period, 400 - 300 BCE, Accession Number:2012.235. Ptolemy I Soter I, also known as Ptolemy Lagides (c. 367 BC – 283/2 BC), was a Macedonian general... Click for details

Egyptian Hair Styling Comb, New Kingdom, Animal Motif
Egyptian : New Kingdom Pre AD 1000: item #1350681

Griffin Gallery Ancient Art
tel 561-994-0811


Egyptian Double-Sided Hair Styling Comb, New Kingdom 1550 - 712 BCE, Wood with Animal motif of lion and horse. 10" x 3 1/2", on custom stand height is 11". Professional repair, vertical, otherwise in excellent condition. According to the History of World Hair Comb Museum, Joann Fletcher, British Egyptologist and specialist in hair analysis, says that in archaeological researches "Hair is invaluable in the study of general day-to-day living conditions, as well as supplying information on diet and... Click for details

Group of 30 Egyptian Faience Shabtis! Late Period!
Egyptian : Late Period Pre AD 1000: item #1346174

Relics of the Nile


Relics of the Nile is pleased to present this rare opportunity to own a large group of shabtis for the same individual. The shabtis are composed of faience, each with hieroglyphics The name at the front is unclear, however it is followed with the terms "Osiris, the Justified". The shabtis remain in good detail and with defined facial features. 26 of the shabtis remain completely intact with 4 being repaired at the knees. These shabtis display very well as a group and also form a rare study... Click for details

Egyptian Wooden Mask For a Man! Ca. 600 B.C.!
Egyptian : Late Period Pre AD 1000: item #1346173

Relics of the Nile


Relics of the Nile is pleased to present this large and detailed mask for a man. The red face indicates that the mask was originally created for a male and four dowels remain intact that originally pegged the mask to the outside of of the coffin. The eyes, nose and facial details are well-formed and of good quality. The figure wears a black headdress with original pigment. The mask measures an impressive 10.5" tall and 6" wide. Egypt, Late Period, 664 - 350 B.C.

Attractive and Esoteric Egyptian Wooden Mummy Mask: Ex M. El-Gabry
Egyptian : Third Intermediate Pre AD 1000: item #1338941

Apolonia Ancient Art
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This attractive Egyptian wooden mummy mask dates to the Third Intermediate Period, 21st-24th Dynasty, 1070-715 B.C. This esoteric piece is approximately 5.6 inches high, by 4.5 inches wide, by 3 inches deep. This piece was likely from the inner coffin lid of a large sarcophagus. This piece is also solid, and has original light red and black paint over stucco that is adhered to the wooden surface on the front side of the piece. The paint and stucco are both very stable, and there is no... Click for details

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