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1. Ancient Egyptian necklace pendant
Carved brown limestone pendant of the Eye of Horus, with a loop at the top for wearing as a pendant. Third Intermediate Period. $200 

2. Ancient Egyptian necklace pendant
Carved light green limestone pendant in the form of face of Bes, depicted as a bearded, savage-looking, yet comical figure, the Egyptian dwarf God believed to guard against evil spirits and misfortune, with a cartouche with the Sun God Ra holding an Ankh on the back. Hole for wearing. Third Intermediate Period. $500 

3. Ancient Egyptian necklace pendant
Carved light green limestone pendant in the form of face of Bes, depicted as a bearded, savage-looking, yet comical figure, the Egyptian dwarf God believed to guard against evil spirits and misfortune, with the Eye of Horus on the back. Hole for wearing. Third Intermediate Period. $500 

4. Ancient Egyptian artifacts necklace pendant
Limestone pendant in the form of face of Bes, depicted as a bearded, savage-looking, yet comical figure, the Egyptian dwarf God believed to guard against evil spirits and misfortune, with an Eye of Horus on the back. Drill hole for wearing. Third Intermediate. $300 Sold

5. Ancient Egyptian necklace pendant
Limestone pendant in the form of face of Bes, depicted as a bearded, savage-looking, yet comical figure, the Egyptian dwarf God believed to guard against evil spirits and misfortune, with a cartouche on the back. Drill hole for wearing. Third Intermediate. $500 

6. Ancient Egyptian artifacts necklace pendant
Limestone pendant in the form of face of Bes, depicted as a bearded, savage-looking, yet comical figure, the Egyptian dwarf God believed to guard against evil spirits and misfortune, with an Eye of Horus on the back. Drill hole for wearing. Third Intermediate. $300 Sold

7. Ancient Egyptian artifacts ancient necklace pendant
Extremely fine carved Egyptian translucent carnelian fish, an Egyptian phallic emblem. Drill hole through the eye for wearing. Ptolemaic $300 Sold

8. Ancient Egyptian necklace pendant
Extremely fine carved translucent light carnelian fish, an Egyptian phallic emblem. Hole through the eye for wearing. Ptolemaic. $250 

9. Ancient Egyptian necklace pendant
From a larger statue, a faience head pendant with an elaborate headdress. Traces of a light blue glaze. Ptolemaic $250 

10. Ancient Egyptian necklace pendant
Bronze Egyptian God Nefertum, the youthful son of Ptah and Sekhmet connected with the rising sun. Green patina. Loop to the back for wearing. 26th Dynasty $300 

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