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Egyptian faience Ring with Wedjat-eye - Ø 2 cm

Lot reference 18347027
 Egyptian faience Ring with Wedjat-eye - Ø  2 cm

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Egypt – New Kingdom, 1570 - 1070 B.C.

Ring with Wedjat-eye, Ø 2 cm

Green Faience

The Wedjat-eye (also referred to as Horus or Re-eye) was one of the most ubiquitous and powerful amuletic symbols in ancient Egypt. A combination of the human eye and falcon markings of the sun-god Horus, it represented regeneration and restoration. Rings such as these were very popular during the New Kingdom.

Egypt – New Kingdom
Ø 2 cm

Provenance: American private collection 1900

The seller guarantees that he acquired this object in a legal manner and is authorised to sell it

Intact, perfect condition

References: Amulets of Ancient Egypt, Carol Andrews, BM London 1994

Attention: An export licence from the French authorities is required to ship this item outside the European Union. The seller will arrange this application at no additional charges for the buyer. The item can only be posted after the licence has been obtained, this may take 3-6 weeks. The buyer will be kept informed of the progress

Fr Galerie Eberwein  pro

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Member since: September 9, 2016
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