Monthly Archives: July 2012

Quality Artifacts and Customer Service – Sadigh Gallery Customer Testimonial

I have ordered from Sadigh Gallery several times over the past several years and I have always been happy with the quality of the artifacts and with the customer service. Written by Paul W.

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Genuine Service – Sadigh Gallery Customer Testimonial

I received the steatite scarab yesterday and am delighted with it! As usual, your choice was perfect…You have provided me with a new faith that there are still people in business today who genuinely care about their customers. Written by … Continue reading

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Excellent Service! – Sadigh Gallery Customer Testimonial

You always give top quality merchandise and excellent service! Thank you so much! Gerald M. 

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Your Artifact is Well-Received by My Family – Sadigh Gallery Customer Testimonial

I wanted to write this brief note to express my appreciation in regard to a recent purchase of mine. I can’t tell you how pleased I was (and continue to be) when I opened the package from your gallery and … Continue reading

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Sadigh Provides Good Shipping Service to Overseas – Sadigh Gallery Customer Testimonial

I’ve been doing business with Sadigh for several years. Everything I ask them they have the best and the easier solution. I never worry about Sadigh. I know that everything will be better. They know everything about their business. I’m … Continue reading

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Ancient Egyptian Writing

The scribes of Egypt used three distinct scripts in their writing: hieratic, hieroglyphic and demotic.  The hieratic and demotic are merely cursive derivatives of hieroglyphics.  By the Roman period, the Coptic, a fourth script was used, which was based on … Continue reading

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Glass Beads from Ancient World

It is apparent that the three major Ancient Glassmaking eras are:  Egyptian, Roman, and Eastern Mediterranean. As each of these cultures developed and prospered, so did their bead and other glass working techniques.  When these societies collapsed, their methods were … Continue reading

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