$ 60k to $ 90k
|The December 8th sale of Ancient Egyptian Sculpture and Works of Art totaled a strong $8,986,500, over the high pre-sale estimate. The top lot was the monumental Granite Figure of Sekhmet, which sold for $4.17 million.|
Highlights included a fine small-scale basalt bust of King Tuthmosis III, an imposing over-lifesize fragmentary red granite head of King Amenhotep III from the last ten years of his reign, and an elegant steatite statuette of the Lady Iset , priestess of the god Sobek, dating to the early 19th Dynasty.
Black Basalt Head Of Tuthmosis III, 18th Dynasty, 1479-1426 B.C. $250k
Wood mask with inlaid eyes, 25th/26th Dynasty. $ 1.4m
Limestone mask, 30th Dynasty/early Ptolemaic Period. $200k to $ 300k
Granite enthroned figure of the goddess Sekhmet. $ 4.1m
Statuette of the Lady Iset , priestess of the god Sobek, dating to the early 19th Dynasty. $760k
Djehuty-Mose (Tothmes), polychrome limestone ushabti, Egyptian 19th Dynasty,1292-1190 B.C. $1,314,500
Black granite or basalt relief fragment from the 30th Dynasty/Early Ptolemaic Period, reign of Nectanebo II /Ptolemy I, 360-282 B.C. $211,500 in 1998
Limestone figure of lion, 30th Dynasty/Ptolemaic Period, 380-30 B.C. $154,250 in 2001.