Happy New Year to all. We have just added over 200 Ancient Artifacts, Coins and Jewelry to our collection. The following are some of the FEATURED pieces from our recent acquisitions. Visit our website http://www.sadighgallery.com or call our Toll Free Number 1(800)426-2007 to order. All our items are guaranteed authentic and come with a Lifetime Certificate of Authenticity! Click on image for more information on each piece. View entire collection HERE.
Wooden Sarcophagus from Ptolemaic Egypt: Covered with cartonnage and painted, with the mummy mask covered in gold gilding. Geometric designs, hieroglyphs, Egyptian symbols, beautifully rendered illustrations of birds and figures all over the surface. Symbols include an elaborate winged scarab, with the head of Horus falcon, Eye of Horus, Ankhs, djed pillar, ostrich feathers and more. Gods includes a standing Osiris, Horus, Ma’at; and the four sons of Horus: Imsety, Hapy, Qebehsenuef and Duamutef.
Roman Rock Crystal Beads Necklace: Oblong rock crystal beads, round garnet beads and decorative silver beads with an elongated triangular shaped rock crystal pendant on a modern necklace setting. (Rock Crystals and Garnet Beads: 100 AD; Necklace was set early 1900’s AD)
Ancient Egyptian Mummy Mask: Cartonnage mummy mask once was used to cover the head of a mummy. Made from linen and gesso and then painted. Colors include red, green, black and browns with highlights in gold leaf. Depicts the mummy with wide eyes and a cloth nemes with checkerboard, geometric and linear patterns. Secured to the linen backing. Ptolemaic.
Greek Mycenaean Terracotta Pottery: Vessel with a flattened round shape and a lid. Portraits of females holding grapes and foliage on the surface. Floral and geometric designs painted in shades of orange, dark red, black, bright red and white. Very finely painted details.
Persian Pearl Ring: Gold over silver ring with a round pearl in the center, small amber colored faceted stones set into the surface around the pearl, decorative circular and curved designs on the surface and on the band. 1800’s AD