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Lot 35

A group of ancient and later faience beads and amulets, Including 2 udjet eyes, 26th-30th...

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Lot 35

A group of ancient and later faience beads and amulets,
Including 2 udjet eyes, 26th-30th...

Starting Bid: £80

Estimate: £200 - £300

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Lot 35


A group of ancient and later faience, hardstone and glass beads and amulets,

Including two Egyptian udjat eyes, 26th-30th Dynasty, circa 7th- 4th century BC, bright blue glazed pendants, mummy beads, a seated figure on a pyramidal stepped base and a reclining cat, scarabs and other items, including a bronze ring

(a quantity)

Provenance: The largest udjat eye ex-Major James Findley collection, Aberdeen (1915-1990); acquired 1950s-60s, Bonhams, 3 July 2019, part lot 206 (illustrated); the reclining cat collected by Herbert Warner in Egypt 1890-91.

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