18 October 2005
AN EGYPTIAN TURQUOISE GLAZED COMPOSITION CUP
NEW KINGDOM, DYNASTY XX (1184-1070 B.C.)
The cylindrical body with two columns of hieroglyphs inscribed for Ramesses III, "beloved of Osiris, Lord of Rostjau, Lord of the Two Lands User-maat-re-mery-Amun", details in black glaze
2 3/8 in. (6 cm.) high
Formerly in the collection of Charles Alfred Baer, France (b. 1896), formed from 1950-1970.
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