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Photo 3. Cosmetic spoon shaped lotus and ankh. New Kingdom. Louvre Museum. Photo on E. DELANGE, Rites et beauté. Objects de toilette égyptie ...

Cosmetic Spoon, Grub el-Medina (1.300 BC) - found in an ancient Egyptian village which was home to the artisans who worked on the tombs in the Valley of the Kings during the 18th to 20th dynasties of the New Kingdom perio

Cosmetic Spoon, Grub el-Medina (1300 BC) Egypt

Museo del Louvre : Colgante de Osorkon II / Museum of " Le Louvre " :

On appelle "cuillers à fard" des cuillerons à manche ouvragé de motifs souvent bucoliques. Aucune ne porte de trace permettant d'élucider la nature de leur contenu. La plupart remontent au Nouvel Empire (entre 1400 et 1200 avant J.-C.), quelques-unes datent de la 25e dynastie (715 - 656 avant J.-C.). | Site officiel du musée du Louvre

*COSMETIC SPOON: A servant girl wearing a wide collar (wesekh), a wig w/ a plait + a barely noticeable waistband. Painted wooden cosmetic spoon from the late 18th - 19th dynasty.

Spoon for cosmetics - Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, ivory

Estatua del Visir Sobkemsaf, 2ºPeriodo Intermedio. Din XIII. Museo de Arte de Viena. Se ve refleja su corpulencia y bienestar económico. Son momentos de la pérdida de poder político del faraón. Estos visires se hacen reproducir en estatuas con aspecto de sabios y maduros burócaratas, calvos o con pesadas pelucas, con largas túnicas anudadas al pecho.

Cosmetic chest British Museum New Kingdom, about 1550-1069 BC. From Thebes.

Clapper on behalf of a singer of the god Amun New Kingdom, 1550 - 1069 BC. | Louvre Museum

Ram pendant, c.1069-664BC, Louvre Museum, Paris. © Musée du Louvre/C. Décamps.