|Eye of Horus (wedjat) amulet (multiple) Egyptian, Third Intermediate Period, Dynasty 21–23,|
1070–760 B.C. (MFA) (Source http://www.pinterest.com/pin/69031806761801533/)
AN EGYPTIAN FAIENCE OPENWORK WADJET-EYE BEAD
THIRD INTERMEDIATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXI-XXV, 1070-712 B.C.
Turquoise blue in color, with details in black glaze, with four pairs of
wadjet-eyes in four zones, arranged with the tops of each pair adjacent to
each other. 2 in. (5 cm.) long (www.christies.com/lotfinder/)
Open-work blue faience Wedjat amulets of very diminutive size.
8mm, Third Intermediate Period circa 900 BC.
|1st millennium B.C., probably 22nd-25th dynasties, ca. 946-655 B.C.|
Width 5.9 cm, height 4.5 cm.
Quadruple Eye of Horus Amulet with an Ankh Symbol Inscribed on the Back Side
Jewelry and Adornments; amulets
1 1/8 x 1 1/8 in. (2.86 x 2.86 cm)
William Randolph Hearst Foundation (220.127.116.11)
Multiple Eyes of Horus, In an olive green faience
28mm x 23mm
Third Intermediate Period – Late Period, circa 900 BC – 500 BC
|Five Udjat eyes amulet Egypt, 3rd Intermediate Period Dynasty 25 and|
Contemporaries, Dating: 747 BC–656 BC, Origin: Egypt, Upper Egypt,
Material: Faience (all types) Physical: 5.9cm. (2.3 in.) - 32 g. (1.1 oz.)
|chunky form of the wedjat amulet in a blue green faience with added|
black detailing is rather rarer than the more conventional flatter forms.
Intact bar slight loss at the ends of the suspension holes.
24mm and 9mm thick.
Egyptian, Third Intermediate Period., 25th dynasty, circa 900 BC.
Faience Double Eye Of Horus Amulet. |
Late Period, ca. 664-332 B.C. Leaf-green glazed faience...
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|Multiple Wadjet http://www.britishmuseum.org/|
|This multiple wedjat eye amulet is in the shape of a scaraboid. |
There are elaborate detailed carvings of four Eyes of Horus (wedjats)
on the convex upper face. It is bored lengthwise.. Unpolished, gray,
chalky-white stone. (http://www.mfa.org/collections/)
|The lower face the image above this is flat with |
one Eye of Horus (wedjat) carved in relief on a sunken panel.
|Two tone, dark blue and black, faience glazed composition |
wedjat-eye amulet, the convex upper side with a quadruple
wedjat in the raised, the eye and brow in black pigment,
the back side flat, pierced through for suspension.
|Multiple wedjat eye amulet in green and black faience, mid 1st millennium BC.|
The two pairs of divine eyes are separated by papyrus columns which symbolize
growth and vitality. (http://pharaohsdays.blogspot.co.uk/)
|Brooklyn Museum: Egyptian, Classical, Ancient Near Eastern Art: |
Wedjat Eyes and Papyrus Stalks (source: http://www.brooklynmuseum.org)
|A large stylized multiple Wedjat or Eye of Horus amulet,|
Late Period, c.664 - 30 BC, with nice blue-green color and
details in thick black paste. Intact and coated with a clear
protective varnish. L: 4.1 cm (1 5/8"). Mounted on stand.
Pub. Egyptian Art in Miniature, Amulets & Scarabs,
1994, no. 107. (http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/7514665)