Early Dynastic - Circa 3100 - 2686 BC - Egypt
|Century/ Timeframe:||Circa 3100-2686 BC|
|Dimensions (in cm):||4|
|Condition:||Good Condition, See Photo|
Description: An Alabaster bowl. This item has been professionally cleaned to show original details, and includes a lifetime authenticity certificate.
Condition: Very Fine / see photos
Date: Circa 3100-2686 BC
Size: 40x30mm ; weight: 38 grams
Item id: t321
Provenance: The Supplier warrants that is has obtained this lot in a legal manner.
Obtained from an old British collection, purchased from a collector in London.
These small Jars were used by both men and women for the holding of oils and ointments associated with elite burials. In daily life, Kohl was widely used amongst the royal family and elite of the pharaoh's court to outline the eyes, originally as protection against the sun, later as a decorative representation of the protective Udjat, or Eye of the god Horus.
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