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Third Intermediate Period openwork jewellery spacer,1069 to 656 B.C., y2728

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Seller: long-ago-far-away (3,240) 96.8%, Location: Armadale, VIC, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 323345149331 An openwork glazed composite spacer bead from a larger ornament. Depicting the Falcon headed sun goddess Mut wearing the “Pschent” double crown.From the Nikos Paschalis (1918 - 1948) Collection, inherited in 1965 by his sister, Assimina Paschalis, later by descent to Dr W. Galanos of Melbourne, Australia.Mr Paschalis was the grandson of George Paschalis, the founder of the Paschalion Archaeophylakeion Museum in Samos, Greece in 1912 Third Intermediate Period, Circa 1069 to 656 B.C., Egypt 5.9 x 5 cm Surface wear to the glaze, in good condition. Presented on a perspex display mount. Overseas airmail shipping is Free!! Within Australia Free!! We are happy to combine multiple purchases to reduce shipping costs. Please visit our About Me page for a link to our website We prefer payment via PAYPAL. We also accept major credit cards. Australian buyers may pay by direct deposit. We have nearly 25 years of experience in dealing with Ancient and Tribal art. You may purchase with full confidence. B.C. Galleries Ancient & Tribal Art 1069 High Street Armadale Victoria 3143 Australia Tel/Fax +61 3 9804 3353

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