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An Egyptian Faience Bead Necklace - L. 406 mm (16 inches)

Lot reference 14259685

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Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, ca. 1981 - 1802 BC - Egypt

Object: Necklace
Culture: Ancient Egyptian
Historical Period: Ancient Egyptian, Middle Kingdom
Century/ Timeframe: Dynasty 12, ca. 1981 - 1802 BC
Material: Faience
Dimensions (in cm): 40,6 cm (16 inches)
Condition: Good Condition, There Are No Repairs Or Restoration
Origin: Egypt

Necklaces of uniform or graduating spherical beads were fashionable during the Middle Kingdom. This very fine strand of faience ball beads of graduating size range from deep azure blue to soft greens, colours the ancient Egyptians particularly associated with magical representations of new life, rejuvenation and rebirth. Paralleling examples found in the British Museum, the necklace has been restrung with modern 18K gold openwork caps.

For related examples see, British Museum accession number: EA3084

Condition: All beads are intact and in excellent condition overall. The necklace has been restrung for wearing.

Dimensions: Length: 16 inches (40.6 cm)

Provenance: Lenman/Stohlman collection assembled by the Washington D.C. socialite Miss Isobel H. Lenman (1845 - 1931), in the early 1900's on loan to the Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., between 1916 and 1921 (part) and ex private Californian collection, acquired in the 1960's and then by descent.

Material: Faience, gold
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Shipping method: USPS (including insurance).
The seller hereby guarantees the lot to be authentic, acquired by legal means and due diligence conducted to ensure stated provenance.
Reference: EJ1309

Based in historic Georgetown, Washington DC, Sands of Time Ancient Art gallery offer a wide range of exceptional antiquities, carefully selected for their historical importance, intrinsic beauty and artistic value. All objects sold by Sands of Time are guaranteed for authenticity and provenance, and are accompanied by a certificate of authenticity and related documentation. Our extensive collection includes museum-quality art in stone, bronze, pottery, glass and gold from ancient civilizations ranging from the ancient Near East and Egypt to the Greek, Etruscan, Roman, Byzantine, PreColumbian and Gandharan worlds.

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