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  • Egyptian Cat


    The bronze original is representative of this type of art and adulation of the feline form. City Museum, Bristol. Height 52mm.

  • Egyptian Cosmetic Knife


    Egyptian Cosmetic Knife. c. 1400 BC. The bronze original is in the form of an Ibex standing erect on its hind legs upon a crescentic knife blade for cosmetic use. This is a representation of the elegant style of designs utilising animals as cosmetic implements in the XVIII dynasty. WAA Dept. British Museum, England. Height…

  • Egyptian Menat


    The bronze original is a counterpoise for a heavy bead collarworn in the Eighteenth Dynasty. It depicts the godesses Isis and Hephthys. 1400 BC. Manchester Museum. Height 129mm.