Artemis Gallery to host Nov. 10 Exceptional Antiquities & Ethnographic Fine Art Auction

Egyptian wood sarcophagus mask with bronze and shell eyes, Late Dynastic Period, 26th to 31st Dynasty, circa 664-332 BCE. Size: 5.125in wide x 6.625in high. Provenance: East Coast collection, NYC gallery, acquired before 2010. Estimate $4,000-$6,000

BOULDER, Colo. – On November 10, America’s most trusted specialists in ancient art and antiquities, Artemis Gallery, will present its highly anticipated Exceptional Antiquities and Ethnographic Fine Art Auction. Bidders may choose from just under 400 lots of exceptional ancient art and antiquities, including a newly released selection of Pre-Columbian art and relics from the peerless Marc Amiguet Schmitt / Amiguet Ancient Art collection. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.

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Apollo Galleries to auction peerless antiquities, ancient jewellery, weaponry, May 14-15

Pair of life-size Roman marble statues of nude children representing Harpocrates, god of silence and secrecy, each standing on a plinth. Formerly in a West Sussex estate, acquired 1960s/1970s. Accompanied by archaeological expertise by Dr Raffaele D’Amato and geological scholarly report by Dr Ronald Bonewitz. Estimate £40,000-£60,000 ($50,185-$75,280)

LONDON – Dr. Ivan Bonchev of Apollo Galleries and Auctions, Britain’s premier source for authentic, expertly appraised cultural art and antiquities, takes pleasure in announcing highlights of the company’s May 14-15, 2022 sale. The elegant 599-lot auction event is divided into two sessions, each devoted to its own distinct specialties. Classical and Asian antiquities will be presented on Saturday the 14th, while ancient jewellery and weaponry are reserved for Sunday the 15th. Deeply provenanced, all auction items have been vetted by world-renowned consultants, and if applicable, scientifically analyzed and tested.

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