Seller: atticrelicks (56) 100%, Location: Ringle, Wisconsin, Ships to: US, Item: 383258643381 .99 Cents NR, No Reserve **** Shabti Egyptian Amulet's LOT #100 Ancient Faience Ushabti From Egypt.>>>> Both have Hieroglyphs, have no idea what they say, sorry, both are in Good condition!There was only a family member that was at the estate sale that said his Brother Traveled to Egypt in the 1920's and had many of these he bought in collections while he was there. I have most of his collection, a lot of this stuff. I will sell a few at a time, have some bronze stuff, setting idles Gods, more Ushabtis, a stone head a sphinx scarab and some other smaller Egyption stuff, an antique dealer said they are old even if they were tourist trade items from the 1920's are still antiques, HIGHLY COLLECTABLE, some of the stuff could be even older he said, so you have an idea of Provence for the items 1648 to 1455 BC **** You get the exact 2 seen here in all the photosEgyption History: Egyptian Ushabtis originated from the Old Kingdom. Hieroglyphs caricatures tell a story as to who, what and where or more information. Most commonly made of Clay type Pottery some having a coating called faience, Faience is a ground up quartz into a fine powder, then made into a paint, as the item is placed into the very hot firs, turned into many colors of greens, to blue, some were not glazed at all and are just Clay/Pottery The were also inscribed with a spell from the Book of the Dead and placed in the tomb. The deceased were called upon to do labor. A magical spell animated the shawabti. The amount of shawabti placed into the tomb increased over the years, until there was a figurine provided for every day of the year, to insure an eternity of those within the Tumb. There are many types of Shabtis in museums all over the world, some represent the king and the other represents king's servants. >>> I will Combine S&H for $3.00 extra per won auction on the Egypt items. *** Shipped with USPS Priority Mail Flat Rate Envelope. ** Private Collection Estate items Provenance: Egypt, California Prop 65 Warning: NONE, Material: Pottery/Stone?