Lot 1

Two pottery flasks, including a vessel with two small handles, the swollen body with relief decoration of a pendant head of Hathor on both sides, a notched band encircling, Late Period, after 600 B.C., 11cm and a pottery ampulla with two piercings forming handles for suspension, one side decorated with a cross surmounting an altar within an arched shrine, the other side with a worn central figure, possibly depicting St Menas within an arched shrine, 7.2cm, Coptic Egypt, circa 6th - 7th Century A.D. (2)
Provenance: Private collection assembled in 1970s-80s, London

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