Ancient | Asian | Ethnographic | Fine Art 2024-02-16 Auction - 311 Price Results - Artemis Gallery in CO
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Rare Egyptian Faience Ring - Cartouche of King Tut: Ancient Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, reign of Pharaoh Tutankhamun - yes, that King Tut - , ca. 1332 to 1323 BCE. An exquisite faience ring, its centerpiece adorned with the meticulously crafted
0001A: Rare Egyptian Faience Ring - Cartouche of King TutEst. $6,000-$9,000Buy Now for $3,825.00
Egyptian Faience Ushabti w/ Inscription for Hori: Ancient Egypt, Ptolemaic Period, ca. 332 to 30 BCE. A mold-formed faience ushabti bearing a concise inscription for a man named Hori. The funerary figure is covered in pale green glaze while holding
0002: Egyptian Faience Ushabti w/ Inscription for HoriEst. $1,800-$2,700Buy Now for $1,800.00
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Museum-Exhibited Egyptian Faience Scarab: Ancient Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th to 20th Dynasty, ca. 1550 to 1070 BCE. A wonderful faience scarab covered in a fine layer of turquoise-hued glaze. The topside of the ovoid amulet exhibits
0002A: Museum-Exhibited Egyptian Faience ScarabEst. $1,800-$2,700
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Rare Egyptian Faience Sistrum - Head of Hathor: Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic to Ptolemaic Period, ca. 664 to 30 BCE. A rare sistrum handle that is mold-formed from faience and covered in lustrous layers of turquoise-hued glaze. The main 'body' of
0004: Rare Egyptian Faience Sistrum - Head of HathorEst. $1,200-$1,800Buy Now for $1,200.00
Gorgeous Egyptian Alabaster Jar w/ Lug Handles: Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, 26th to 31st Dynasty, ca. 664 to 332 BCE. A squat jar of a round-bottomed form with a smooth shoulder that tapers to shape the thin rim. Presented along the shoulder is a
0005: Gorgeous Egyptian Alabaster Jar w/ Lug HandlesEst. $1,200-$1,800Buy Now for $1,200.00
Egyptian TIP Wood Sarcophagus Mask: Ancient Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, 21st to 25th Dynasty, ca. 1070 to 664 BCE. An elegant hand-carved mummy mask with a square headdress and delineated neck enveloped in impressive remains of
0006: Egyptian TIP Wood Sarcophagus MaskEst. $5,500-$8,250Buy Now for $5,500.00
Egyptian Faience Wadjet Amulet (Eye of Horus): Ancient Egypt, Third Intermediate Period, 21st to 25th Dynasty, ca. 1070 to 664 BCE. An elegant faience amulet depicting a wadjet or wedjat, "Eye of Horus," an ancient ocular symbol of protection.
0007: Egyptian Faience Wadjet Amulet (Eye of Horus)Est. $1,200-$1,800Buy Now for $1,200.00
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Roman-Egyptian Votives of Harpocrates (4): Ancient Egypt, Romano-Egyptian Period, ca. 30 BCE to 2nd century CE. A set of 4 mold-formed pottery effigies of Harpocrates, the child-like god of silence and secret-keeping. Three fragmentary heads
0008: Roman-Egyptian Votives of Harpocrates (4)Est. $800-$1,200
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Lot of 12 Miniature Egyptian Faience Amulets: Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, 26th to 31st Dynasty, ca. 664 to 332 BCE. An interesting ensemble of mold-formed faience amulets depicted in a myriad of shapes. First are a trio of hemispherical scarabs
0009: Lot of 12 Miniature Egyptian Faience AmuletsEst. $1,200-$1,800Buy Now for $1,200.00
Attic Red-Figure Kylix w/ Nude Athlete, Robed Male: Ancient Greece, Athens / Attic, ca. 5th to 4th century BCE. An exemplary pottery kylix adorned in red-figure decoration of a nude athlete in discussion with a bearded, robed man in the central tondo
0011: Attic Red-Figure Kylix w/ Nude Athlete, Robed MaleEst. $10,000-$15,000Buy Now for $10,000.00
Fine Greek Hellenistic Gold Earrings (pr): Greece, Hellenistic Period, ca. 2nd to 1st century BCE. A fine pair of lovely and high quality - over 23 karat! - gold earrings, each comprised of a thick tapering wire that broadens to a crescent
0012: Fine Greek Hellenistic Gold Earrings (pr)Est. $1,600-$2,400Buy Now for $1,600.00
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Greek Archaic Terracotta Bust of a Goddess: Ancient Greece, Archaic period, ca. 550 to 525 BCE. A fabulous mold-made terracotta head of a goddess, likely Persephone or Demeter, draped in a himation above a scalloped fringe of bangs as long
0013: Greek Archaic Terracotta Bust of a GoddessEst. $1,200-$1,800
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Impressive South Italic Peucetian Pottery Krater: South Italic, Peucetian, ca. 7th to 6th century BCE. A very fine and large bichrome pottery krater from Peucetia (with Bari and Ruvo as its centers) of a grand scale and an elegant form with twin
0013A: Impressive South Italic Peucetian Pottery KraterEst. $1,600-$2,400Buy Now for $1,020.00
Magna Graecia Daunian Spectacle Kyathos: Magna Graecia, Italy, Apulia / Daunian, ca. 4th century BCE. A fabulous polychrome kyathos (wine ladle) of a form very similar to examples from Herdonia site in Ordona, Italy. The iconographic theme
0014: Magna Graecia Daunian Spectacle KyathosEst. $1,800-$2,700Buy Now for $1,800.00
Five Greek Pottery Vessels: Ancient Greece, Classical to Hellenistic Period, ca. 6th to 1st century CE; Magna Graecia, South Italic Colonies, Apulia, ca. mid to late 4th century BCE. A set of 5 wheel-thrown pottery vessels from
0016: Five Greek Pottery VesselsEst. $600-$900Buy Now for $600.00
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