EA1726

* An Egyptian Carnelian Incised Plaque, New Kingdom, ca 1550-1295

this rare rectangular plaque is carved on two sides, the obverse incised with a wedjat eye within a square border, the reverse inscribed with a scorpion, also within a square border.  Pierced horizontally for threading.

Dimensions: Length: 5/8 inch (1.5 cm)

Condition:  Intact and in excellent condition overall

Provenance:  Acquired in Egypt by Goddard and Josephine Cook Du Bois, New York between 1900 and 1907, exhibited Metropolitan Museum of Art (1920-1948), museum number: 45.930 (part).

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