5 December 2012
PROPERTY FROM A MIDWESTERN PRIVATE COLLECTION
This lot is offered without a reserve
AN EGYPTIAN FAIENCE TRIAD AMULET
LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI, 664-525 B.C.
Turquoise in color, depicting Nephthys, Horus and Isis standing side-by-side on an integral plinth against a back pillar, each goddess wearing a tightly-fitted sheath and a headdress with her attribute, each holding one of the divine child's hand, a perforated ribbed loop at the back
1 7/16 in. (3.6 cm.) high
The Mustaki Collection, England, 1947 or earlier.
with Charles Ede, London, 2002.
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