Global Art & Artifacts


Antique Tin-Glazed Faience Canopic Jars. Clay.  Stone. Set of four.  Egypt

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    Canopic jars were used by the ancient Egyptians during the mummification process.  Internal soft organs of the deceased to be mummified were stored in these jars . . .  away from the body.  Lungs were stored in a jar representing Horus’s son, Hapi (baboon); the… Continue reading

Pair of Wooden Deities, Burma

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From Burma, circa mid- to late-1800’s.   Painted / stained wood with lacquer and gilding.  Carved from a single block of wood with adornment of thin metal.  Rare.  Incense hole on small statue’s hands.  On metal stands.   These are most likely from a temple… Continue reading

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