Bronze figures are not particularly common before the Late Period (661-332 BC), but in that period and the following Greek epoch, they were a favoured form for the production of small votive figures for dedication in temples. Most were of deities or animals.
This beautiful and rare bronze statuette of Horus the child ( also known by his Greek name of Harpocrates), is recognizable by the side lock of hair, and the index finger brought to his mouth. He used to wear the crown of Amun, now missing. Material: Bronze Period: 26th/30th Dynasty Size: 19,5 cm Provenance: Belgium private collection, collected before...
Striding male with flacon head, wearing the moon disk and crescent, with the royal cobra. Inlaid eyes. Mounted on custom made stand. Size: 19,3 x 4 cm Period: Late period, c. 64 and circa 525 B.C. Material: Bronze, glass Condition, some repairs to the disk Provenance: Belgium Art market, Belgium collection
A small bronze Egyptian sculpture , amulet or weight depicting the goddess Heqet in the shape of a frog. Size: 3,2 x 3,3 cm Period: Late Period, c. 775 - 525 B.C. Provenance: Belgium collection, before 1980's
Bronze double sided engraved Menat or counterweight. Upper part, showing Cow Goddess Hathor, with suspension ring for wearing. Size: 12 cm Material: Bronze Period: 26th - 28th Dynasty, 664 - 400 B.C. Provenance: Belgium collection
Upper-part of a stone statue of Isis. Holding right arm to her breast. Two holes, one on forehead and one on top, is for implements, now missing. Sockled on black stand. Size: 5 x 4 cm Period: 25th Dynasty Provenance: German collection, before 1980's
Rare bronze amulet of a falcon wearing a sun disk on his head, with the royal cobra. Depiction of the God Ra-horakhty. Small loop on his back. Size: 3 x 2 cm Period: Late period, c. 323 - 664 B.C. Material: Bronze Provenance: Belgium collection Ra-Horakhty "Horus in the horizon"
Bronze Sarcophagus for a Shrew Mouse Period: Late Period, 26th. to 30th. Dyn. c. 664-332 B.C. Size: 5 x 2,5 cm Material: Bronze Condition: Intact