Ancient Egyptian Alabaster Libation Bowl Early Dynastic Period 3000-2650 B.C.
Ancient Egyptian Early Dynastic Period, circa 3000-2650 B.C. A rare form of carved calcite-alabaster libation shallow bowl on a narrow flat base with flared walls and four handles to the rim formed as the notched lugs.
CONDITION: Showing age and usage, broken and glued together, lugs chipped.
Diameter including handles: 10.4 cm (4.09 inches).
Height: 3 cm (1.18 inches).
Provenance: Acquired in the mid-1980s, Toronto, Canada.