Asian hollow terracotta female head, with curled hair upswept in an elaborate style, the face with a serene expression. 1600’s AD
Asian large polychrome horse on a terracotta base. Covered in a heavy runny glaze of tan, amber and beige with traces of white. 1200-1300 AD
Ancient Egyptian wooden mummy mask covered with gesso and painted in yellow ochre, black and red. Almond shaped eyes with cosmetic outlines. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC
Ancient Egyptian brown limestone heart scarab with a winged beetle, an Eye of Horus, a bird and the sun God Ra on the top. Three columns of various Egyptian symbols on the bottom. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC
Asian Hollow bronze bull, a symbol of strength, with tail curled up in the air. Traces of green patina. 1700s AD
Ancient Greek terracotta vessel, in the shape of a reclined rabbit, with a single handle and spout. Traces of black, red, and white. Earthen patina. 400 BC
Ancient Egyptian limestone statue of a seated cat. Depicted here with a collar, a cartouche on each side, an Eye of Horus on the chest and an Ushabti between its front legs. Cats were revered by the ancient Egyptians as they were viewed as the sacred animal of the Sun God Ra. 26th Dynasty.
Ancient Egyptian black limestone statue of Anubis, the jackal-headed God who presided over mummification and accompanied the dead to the hereafter. Ptolemaic.
Ancient Roman iron door knocker, in the form of a hand holding a ball. The wrist swivels for door knocking operation. 200-300 AD
Blackware terracotta pitcher from the southern Italian region, Campania which was colonized by the ancient Greeks. This vessel has a single handle and hand-painted designs on its surface. 500-300 BC
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