6 May 2015
SCARABEE AILE EN FAIENCE TURQUOISE
EGYPTE, NOUVEL EMPIRE-IIEME PERIODE INTERMEDIAIRE, CIRCA 1550-664 AVANT J.C.
Les élytres et la tête définies, percé de part et d'autre pour y attacher les ailes, ainsi que dans toute la longueur
Longueur: 10,5 cm. (4 1/8 in.)
Léon Rodrigues-Ely (1924-1973), Marseille, France.
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Post Lot Text
AN EGYPTIAN TURQUOISE FAIENCE WINGED SCARAB, NEW KINGDOM TO SECOND INTERMEDIARY PERIOD, CIRCA 1550-664 B.C.
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