25 October 2016
AN EGYPTIAN GRANODIORITE BOWL
OLD KINGDOM, 3RD DYNASTY, 2686-2613 B.C.
7 ½ in. (19 cm.) diameter
Rev. Randolph Berens (1844-1922), London.
Antiquities, Christie's, London, 16 July 1985, lot 235.
with Gawain McKinley (1945-1996), London.
Acquired by the Toledo Museum of Art from the above, 1985 (Accession no. 1985.92).
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Catalogue of an Exhibition of Ancient Egyptian Art, Burlington Fine Arts Club, London, 1922, no. 7, pl. XXVIII.
The Toledo Museum of Art, The Egypt Experience: Secrets of the Tomb, 29 October 2010-8 January 2012.
PROPERTY FROM THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUND
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