A gold ring from the Middle Ages and various Egyptian memorabilia, featured on Catawiki this week

A gold ring from the Middle Ages and various Egyptian memorabilia, featured on Catawiki this week


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This week at Catawiki auctions we highlight several lots: an Egyptian mummy mask, a gold ring with a winged dragon, ushabtis, a 19th century English clock and many precious stones and minerals that will catch your eye.

These are the most outstanding lots of this week:

Auction of Archaeological Objects.

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In the Catawiki Archeology auction, we found a series of objects that we are sure will attract your attention. First of all, a gold ring with a Winged Dragon from the Middle Ages, Castilian from the 10th century in very good condition,

On the other hand, we find a wooden mask of an egyptian mummy between 664-332 BC. in very good condition for its age, without having undergone any restorations. It comes with its stand. Continuing with Egypt, we also see a ushabti fayence of the Late Period, Dynasties XXVII - XXX, 554-332 BC

And we finally found 15 Neolithic arrowheads between 6000-4000 BC. from North Africa made of various types of stones.

Natural History Auction.

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Today in Natural History we will focus on precious stones and minerals, where we highlight an incredible batch of Crocoite crystals on their matrix, 3.5 x 3.2 cm in size, and 15.5 grams in weight.

Another object that draws a lot of attention is a excellent group of Apophyllite crystals of great green color, 30 x 30 mm and 20 grams of weight. Finally, we find a opal rock 36.73 x 21.67 x 7.68 mm and 12.76 grams of very colorful weight, both in blue and green.

Antiques Auction.

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In the antiques auction we find real jewels on this occasion, where it stands out above all, a Russian iconostasis of the 18th century, made in egg tempera on wood measuring 31.5 x 27.5 cm in size, painted between 1700 and 1730.

On the other hand, we find a very interesting 19th century English John Manby or Skipton clock. Height 2.25 meters, width 0.60 meters, depth 2.25 meters. And finally, a San Luis red glass vaporizer very rare, from France around 1900 in very good condition and still working.

If you want to discover more objects, you just have to go to the Catawiki auctions and take a look at their entire catalog where, surely, you will find something that arouses your interest.


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