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A wooden headrest in three parts, probably from Abydos. There are faint traces of decoration visible (cont.)
A basket made of woven palm leaves, with a conical lid with painted decoration. It is New Kingdom in (cont.)
A wooden lion's head, likely a terminal from a piece of furniture. The wood was covered with a layer (cont.)
A lion foot terminal of a wooden leg from a piece of furniture. There are traces of plaster evident (cont.)
A carved and painted wooden tit or 'girdle of Isis'. It was purchased by Wellcome at auction in 1920 (cont.)
A green faience inlay in the form of a lotus flower. The lotus or water lily rises and opens up each (cont.)
A green faience inlay in the form of a lotus flower from Amarna. 'TA26,7/761' is written on the reve (cont.)
A copper alloy handle with a soldered repair. It is of unknown provenance.
A wooden knob, possibly part of a piece of furniture. It is of unknown origin.
A wooden lotus flower, likely a decorative element from a piece of furniture. It was purchased by We (cont.)
The upper part of a wooden headrest, which is accompanied by a modern wooden base. Gifted to the Egy (cont.)
A faience half-circular, flat bottomed compartmentalised box, with three sections. There is a hole w (cont.)