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    Cuchara de cosméticos de la niña que arranca flores de loto. Imperio Nuevo.

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

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

    Egyptian cosmetic spoon

    *Egyptian spoon ~ 18th Dynasty with a girl playing the Lute.

    Wooden cosmetic spoon.

    Cosmetic Box of the Cupbearer Kemeni Middle Kingdom Dynasty 12 Reign of Amenemhat IV ca. 1814–1805 B.C.

    The vessel, decorated with ornaments of lotus petals and a picture of a central register of a woman leading a goat. Ancient Egypt.

    egypt and cats

    The Seated Scribe, c. 2,600-2,350 BC, Musée du Louvre, Paris, France (Old Kingdom) Painted limestone sculpture originally from Saqqarah, Egypt

    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 box,Nee Kingdom,dynasty 18 ca 1550-1295 BC Egypt,Memphite Region.

    Canopic Jar with an Image Representing the Hieroglyph for Face Period: New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 18, early Date: ca. 1550–1450 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes

    Tesoros sumergidos de Egipto .Cabeza de Esfinge Época Ptolemaica (305 - 30 a.C.)

    Toiletry items, spoons for cosmetic colored powders, Egyptian civilization, New Kingdom

    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

    Egyptian Art ♥ Stunning, classic jewelry: etsy.com/shop/BlueDivaDesigns #bluedivagal

    Details on a cosmetic box found in the tomb of Tutankhamun.

    Egypt in the Old Kingdom (ca. 2649–2150 B.C.) | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

    Figure 6. Profile Psusennes Mask I. Photo by J. Malek, Egypt. 4000 years of art, Barcelona, ​​2003,

    Spoon receptacle eye decorated with hands and head of Hathor - Ivory. New Kingdom (ca. 1550-1069 BC). | Louvre Museum