Ancient Egyptian Faience Djed amulet - 23×10×6 mm - (1)

Description
Ancient Egyptian Faience Djed amulet - 23×10×6 mm - (1)
ca. 700 v. Chr. - Egypt

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A djed is also called a djed-pillar. The symbol from the Egyptian mythology depicts a pillar resembling a spine. It is a symbol that is often used to identify Osiris. Because Osiris was a king of eternity, it is the symbol for durability and eternity.

Registered and insured shipment.

Provenance:
the seller has had the object in possession since 2019.
Acquired from: the gallery of C.M., United Kingdom.
Collected before: 1980
The seller can demonstrate that the lot was obtained legally.

Important information:
for transport within the European Union, no export license is necessary for this lot.

Because of the importance of this object, an export license must be requested when it is to be shipped outside the European Union.
This should be done via the Heritage Inspection of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science. This can only be done after the sale and may take some time.

Lot details
Culture
Ancient Egyptian
Material
Faience
Number of objects
1
Object
Djed amulet
Dimensions
23×10×6 mm
Century/ Timeframe
ca. 700 v. Chr.
Origin
Egypt
Condition
Good Condition, See Photo
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