Search the collection
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 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.)
A textile dating to the Coptic Period. It consists of undyed linen with supplementary weft loop pile (cont.)
Eighteen mixed fragments of blue glass, faience, and lapis lazuli, including one ring bezel. Another (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.)
A long, thin piece of wood. It is flat on one side with a rectangular opening to fit a peg. It is po (cont.)