This page lists Egyptian pieces that have already been sold and can still be viewed on our website.
Egyptian, Dynasty XXVI-XXX, 664-342 BCE
Wood, traces of pigment and bitumen
Height: 76 inches (193 cm)
Provenance: Dr. Paul Lozé, acquired by him in the eastern Mediterranean circa 1915-1917; French private collection, by descent
Published: Sotheby’s, Antiquities [New York: 12 June 2003] lot 118; Christie’s Antiquities [London: 13 October 2008] lot 103; Sotheby’s, Egyptian, Classical, and Western Asiatic Antiquities [8 December 2011] lot 43.
Egyptian, Dynasty XII-XIII, ca. 2000-1700 BC
Found, 1906 in the tomb of Dedu, (Tomb 153) at Esna
Anhydrite (blue marble)
Height: 1-1/2 inches (4 cm)
Width: 4-1/2 inches (11 cm)
Provenance: MacGregor Collection (Sotheby’s, London, 1922); The Guennol Collection
Egyptian, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty XXI, ca. 990-940 BC
Sycamore fig wood
Provenance: Sheik Mahmud Hassan, Luxor, 1900; Liberty E. Holden, Cleveland, Ohio; Western Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, Ohio, 1901
Egyptian, Late Period, Dynasty XXX, Reign of Nectanebo II, 360-342 BC
Height: 10-1/4 inches (26 cm)
Provenance: Max de Zogheb Collection, Alexandria; Sold L’Hotel Drouot, 9 May 1912, Lot 87; Henry OppenheimerCollection; Sold Christie’s London, 22 July 1936; Sold Sotheby’s London 13 June 1966, lot 87; John F. Keane Collection, London, sold Sotheby’s London 9 July 1973, lot 66; Bouché Collection; France; European art market.