Ancient Egyptian Amulets for Sale
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All my Egyptian artifacts were legally exported from Egypt prior to the 1970 UNESCO treaty, and my policies comply with all international trade laws regarding antiquities. Every item is legally and ethically acquired, coming from old American and European collections, museum deaccessions and auctions. Provenance is not always listed in every item description due to restricted space, but is provided on the certificate of authenticity that accompanies each item. Enjoy!



Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-332 BC. A large Egyptian amulet made of turquoise faience of the air god Shu. He is depicted kneeling, with one knee to the ground and the other raised. His arms appear raised and bent at the elbows. The sun is represented between his raised arms. The amulet is pierced through the middle for suspension. H: 27mm, repaired. Ex Glassman collection, Florida; ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3284: $350 SOLD

Ancient Egypt. Late Dynastic Period, c. 664 - 30 BC. Nice stone double ostrich feather amulet. H: 20mm. Ex Boston Museum of Fine Arts; previously in the collection of Horace L. Mayer who loaned and gifted items to the museum throughout the 1930's-60's. After his passing much of his remaining collection was gifted to the museum. #AE2836: $125

Ancient Egypt, New Kingdom, c. 1570-1070 BC. A small carved steatite cowroid seal, the bottom engraved with detailed mirrored decoration. L: 14mm, holed-through for suspension. A gourgeous little piece! Ex collection of Rodney Watts, London, UK, acquired by his father in the early 20th century; ex Helios Gallery, UK. #AE3304: $250



Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-525 BC. A lovely Egyptian amulet of the papyrus sceptre, also called a “Wadj”, carved from green Amazonite (feldspar). The plaque is rectangular in shape, and carved on one side with a naturalistic papyrus sceptre. The amulet features a suspension loop to the top and has a flat back. The amulet itself measures 23x11mm. Mounted in a custom .925 silver pendant hanger (entire pendant measures 1 1/2” high. Ex Glassman collection, Florida; ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3298: $550

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic to Ptolemaic period, c. 664 - 30 BC. An alabaster stamp seal amulet with faux suspension loop, the bottom smooth. H: 15mm (5/8"). Nicely preserved with light deposits. Ex P. Cheremisinoff estate, NJ. #AE3211: $125


Ancient Egypt, New Kingdom, c. 1570-1070 BC. A neat small carved steatite scaraboid seal decorated on the top with a depiction of a tilapia fish! L: 10mm, holed-through for suspension. Ex Private UK collection, acquired in the 1960's-1980's; ex Helios Gallery, UK. #AE3301: $250 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, New Kingdom, c. 1570-1070 BC. Carved steatite scaraboid seal decorated on the top with a fish, and on the underside a heiroglyphic inscription. L: 12mm, holed-through for suspension. Definitely the nicest example of these I have ever had! Ex Gustave Mustaki collection, Alexandria, Egypt, acquired mid 20th century and exported under license of the Egyptian government; ex Helios Gallery, UK. #AE3302: $399 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-332 BC. A wonderful tiny red jasper Died column (pillar of Osiris) amulet. With a flat back and holed through the top for suspension. H: 14.5 mm. Ex Glassman collection, Florida; ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3290: $275 SOLD


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A beautiful book. Illustrates nicely the various types of amulets used in ancient Egypt, their meanings, and symbolism. High-quality photography, great museum pieces.

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Ancient Egypt. New Kingdom, c. 1550-1070 BC. Fantastic carnelian poppy amulet. H: 15mm, with gorgeous, smooth surfaces and elegant form. Holed through for suspension. A lovely example of a classic New Kingdom amulet type! Ex Secret Eyes Gallery New York purchased in the 1970's-1980's. #AE3116: $325 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, 2nd Intermediate Period, c. 1750 - 1570 BC. A nice Egyptian steatite cowroid scaraboid (amulet). The back is domed and the base decorated with a lovely scroll device between lotus blossoms within a linear border. 19 x 11 mm. Holed lengthwise for suspension. Lovely light blue-green tone, light mineral deposits. Ex Hamdy Sakr collection; previously in the private collection of Alex Anckonie III, acquired during his time in the Navy in the 1960's - 1970's. Much nicer than photo. #AE3206: $225 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic to Ptolemaic period, c. 664 - 30 BC. A nice faience 'triad' amulet depicting Isis, her sister Nephthys and the young Horus, the main protagonists of the Osiride myth involving the murder and revival of Osiris and the birth and the triumphal revenge of his son Horus. 30 x 14 mm, with nice light bluish-green color, light deposits. Ex P. Cheremisinoff estate, NJ. #AE3212: $325 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-525 BC. A beautiful Egyptian amulet of the papyrus sceptre, also called a “Wadj”, carved from gorgeous blue Amazonite (feldspar). The plaque is rectangular in shape, and carved on one side with a naturalistic papyrus sceptre. The amulet features a suspension loop to the top and has a flat back. The amulet itself measures 30x13mm. Mounted in a custom .925 silver pendant hanger (entire pendant measures 1 3/4” high. Ex Glassman collection, Florida; ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3283: $750 SOLD



Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-535 BC. Wonderful carnelian Djed amulet. Exquisitely carved with beautiful detail. Dark blood-red color (darker than photo appears). Without a suspension hole this would have been wrapped within the folds of the bandages of a mummy. H: 18mm (11/16"). Ex-John Rilling collection, Orange County, CA. Mr. Rilling died in 2008, stopped collecting in the 1990’s. Mr. Rilling selected the items for his collection carefully, acquiring them bit by bit from major auction houses in the US and the UK. #AE3133: $399 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-332 BC. A large and attractive faience amulet of Anubis, the jackal-headed god of the Underworld. He is depicted standing, wearing classic Egyptian kilt, both arms straight down at sides. Holed through laterally for suspension in ancient times. Excellent seafoam-green color. H: 35mm. Ex-John Rilling collection, Orange County, CA. Mr. Rilling died in 2008, stopped collecting in the 1990’s. Mr. Rilling selected the items for his collection carefully, acquiring them bit by bit from major auction houses in the US and the UK. #AE3263: $550 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-332 BC. A neat small lapis lazuli amulet of a scribe's writing tablet. Measures 13 x 6 mm, and is carved from nice blue to brown stone, with faux suspension loop (not holed), intended to be wrapped within the bandages of a mummy. Ex Glassman collection, Florida; ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3280: $150 SOLD

Ancient Egypt. Late Dynastic Period, c. 664 - 30 BC. A rare yellow faience amulet of a sistrum, either side with face of the goddess Hathor in relief. H: 20mm, holed through at top for suspension. Ex Boston Museum of Fine Arts; previously in the collection of Horace L. Mayer who loaned and gifted items to the museum throughout the 1930's-60's. After his passing much of his remaining collection was gifted to the museum. #AE2837: $250 SOLD

ROYAL Steatite Plaque of Pharaoh Amenhotep III & Queen Tiye
Ancient Egypt. New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty. ROYAL Egyptian steatite plaque of pharaoh Amenhotep III & Queen Tiye, c. 1402-1365 BC. One side reads "Amenhotep" in hieroglyphs, with symbols of power; the other side reads "King's Wife Tiye" in hieroglyphs. Measures 17x15x4 mm, holed-through for suspension. Extremely well-preserved, with ancient earthen and mineral deposits in the details. Ex K. Ramage collection, Oregon; previously in the Joel L. Malter personal collection, Encino, CA, purchased in the 1980's.
* I should not let this one go... but I am ok if it goes to a good home. #AE3159: $850 SOLD


Ancient Egypt. Late Dynastic to Ptolemaic Period, c. 664-30 BC. Small faience amulet of a hare (rabbit). Seafoam-blue faience with somewhat abstract design. W: 12 mm, holed-through for suspension. Ex Rilling collection, Orange County, CA. #AE3317: $99 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-535 BC. A fine and attractive Djed pillar (column of Osiris) amulet. Finely detailed, with light seafoam-green color and earthen tomb deposits. Holed through laterally for suspension. H: 29mm. Ex-John Rilling collection, Orange County, CA. Mr. Rilling died in 2008, stopped collecting in the 1990’s. Mr. Rilling selected the items for his collection carefully, acquiring them bit by bit from major auction houses in the US and the UK. #AE3268: $399 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-332 BC. A fantastic and very rare small faience amulet of a standing Pharaoh, wearing the double crown of unified Egypt. He is shown standing, wearing classic Egyptian kilt, with both hands down at his sides. Made from green faience and carved with fine details. The figure stands on a rectangular plinth with one leg forward and a pillar at his back. He wears a false pharaonic beard and the double crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. Pierced in-between the back of the head and crown for suspension. H: 26mm. Ex Glassman collection, Florida; ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3291: $650 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, New Kingdom.
Ramesside period! c. 1200-1070 BC. A fantastic steatite scaraboid, the top engraved with a facing African head, the base engraved with the seated Pharaoh holding crook & flail, before him a small figure with front arm raised, as though in greeting or adoration. Set onto a custom .925 silver pendant hanger. Scarab L: 17mm, entire pendant measures 30mm. Provenance: From the famous Gustave Mustaki collection, a collector of antiquities who amassed large collection in Alexandria (Egypt). ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3285: $750 SOLD

Ancient Egypt, Late Dynastic Period, c. 664-525 BC. A large Egyptian vibrant blue faience amulet of the papyrus sceptre or “Wadj”. Very large for these, with nice detail and excellent blue color, the top holed for suspension. Mounted on a custom .925 silver pendant hanger. Amulet itself measures 2 inches, entire pendant including hanger measures 2 3/4”. A very impressive jewelry piece! Ex Glassman collection, Florida; ex Ancient & Oriental, London, UK. #AE3277: $650 SOLD

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