Pre-Columbian Art is classified as the visual art of indigenous peoples living in the Caribbean and the Americas before the arrival of European influence (Hence the name, which references Christopher Columbus). Art that was produced in these areas between 1200 BCE and 1500 CE is considered Pre-Columbian.
Ancient Egypt. Wooden, arch-shaped panel, part of a sarcophagus, depicting an Egyptian figure rowing a boat, with five rows of vertical hieroglyphs, decorative geometric designs, and an Eye of Horus at the top. Shades of orange, deep red, deep yellow and black.
26th Dynasty, 663-525 BC
Ancient Egypt. Wooden Ptah Sokar Osiris in mummy form with vertical hieroglyphic symbols and a seated jackal on the front, on a modern wooden base. Ptolemaic, 305- 30 BC
Phoenician. Core-formed, hollow, miniature glass bird with brown pupils in the eyes, knobbed feet on the bottom, deep blue linear wings and a short tail.
Phoenician. Glass face pendant with decorative details in orange, red, ivory and black. Completely made from fused pieces of glass.
Phoenician, core-formed dark variegated glass Amphoriskos with traces of blue, green, white and brown. Two handles and a knobbed foot.
Ancient Egypt. Wooden Ushabti box, used to hold Ushabtis, servants of the afterlife, with gold leaf on the surface and carved hieroglyphs. Raised, decoratively carved figures on all sides including a standing Hathor the Egyptian goddess of joy, love and motherhood, wearing a crown and holding the hand of Isis, protective Goddess who used magic spells to help people in need, the wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus, wearing a sun disc and holding a staff. On the front and back, the Egyptian falcon-headed, sky God, Horus, standing and holding hands with a pharaoh and Anubis, the jackal-headed God who presided over mummification and accompanied the dead to the hereafter. Arched sides and a flat lid on the top. Very rare. 26th Dynasty. 663-525 BC
Ancient Greece. Stylized terracotta statue of a horseman riding his horse. Traces of red, brown and black.
Mycenaean, 1425-1330 BC
Ancient Egypt. Wooden Ptah Sokar Osiris in mummy form, wearing a crown and a chin beard, with painted designs and a seated jackal on the front, on a modern wooden base.
As early as the Old Kingdom, the god Ptah of Memphis formed close links with the funerary god of the city, Sokar, leading to the creation of the god Ptah-Sokar. In later times this god also acquired the characteristics of the god Osiris, resulting in the god Ptah-Sokar-Osiris.
Ptolemaic. 305-30 BC
Sadigh Gallery's Collection of Rare and Authentic Ancient Artifacts and Coins.
Sadigh Gallery is a family-owned antiquities gallery, established in 1978, located in New York City. We specialize in ancient artifacts from ancient Egypt, Rome, Greece, Persia, the Near East, Holy Land, Mesopotamia and more.
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