Amarna, Egypt Amulet Mold // 18th Dynasty, 1364-1334 BC
Amarna, Ancient Egypt. 18th Dynasty, 1364 - 1334 BC. Time of pharaoh Akhenaten. Great ceramic mold for a faience rosette amulet or inlay. Deep-cut impression with remains of faience paste and Amarna earthen deposits! Incredible detail. Recovered from within the walls of Nefertiti's palace storerooms during early 1920's excavations.
Exact examples vary slightly but are similar in appearance and condition. Each piece is unique, so the one you receive may not necessarily be the same as pictured.
— Ex-D. White Collection, Santa Fe, New Mexico, Purchased As A Collection In Santa Fe In The 1980s; Previously In The University Of New Mexico Collection Compiled In The 1950s-1960s
— Amulet W: 0.875”
— Mounted In Archival Magnetic Frame
— Frame Dimensions: 3.125"L x 3.125"W x 1.125"H
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