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Faience bowl, Dynasty XIX, New Kingdom, Egypt; British Museum, London, U.K. Glaze is in particularly good condition. The ancient Egyptians called faience "tjehenet," which would translate as "dazzling." It was made from the earliest recorded history of Egypt. Faience was painted bright blue. It was ceramic, made of crushed quartz plus lime and ash. Tis bowl was created under King Seti I for his tomb in the Valley of the Kings.
Faience Necklace counterpoise with aegis of Sakhmet Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside. Dynasty 19–20, 1295–1070 BC, Egypt
Faience vessel, Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom, Dynasty 12–18, ca. 1981–1425 B.C.E.
Female figure Period: Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12–18 Date: ca. 1981–1550 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, MMA Medium: Limestone, paint
False door from the tomb of Metjetji Period: Old Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 5–6 Reign:reign of Unis or slightly later Matt Valk Chuah Met
Musician. Blue faience glaze bowl (about 1300 BCE), 19th Dynasty, New Kingdom, Egypt.
Perfume Vase Egypt, New Kingdom, late Dynasty 18, ca. 1350-1309 BC Blue and black petals are arranged like a collar around the neck of this white faience vase
Necklace, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, reign of Amenhotep I - Thutmose I, ca. 1500 B.C., Egypt, carnelian
Signet ring Period: New Kingdom, Amarna Period Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca. 1353–1323 B.C. Geography: Egypt Medium: Gold
Stela Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18 Date: ca. 1550–1295 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Memphite Region, Memphis (Mit Rahina), Temple of Ptah
'Hippopotamus,' Middle Kingdom Dynasty, c. 1981–1885 B.C. Egypt, Tomb of Senbi, Faience.