A published Egyptian Alabaster Vessel, Old Kingdom, ca. 2575 - 2134 BCE
of squat cylindrical form, with a flat base, straight walls, and a wide mouth with a thick everted rim, carved from mottled cream alabaster. An early 20th-century catalog number "2920" applied in black ink to the body.
Published: G.D. Scott III, Temple, Tomb and Dwelling: Egyptian Antiquities from the Harer Family Trust Collection, San Bernadino (1992), no. 127E, pp. 176-177.
Dimensions: Height: 2 7/8 inches (7.3 cm)
Condition: Intact and in very good condition overall.
Provenance: Stanton private collection, Maryland, acquired from David Liebert, NY April 13, 1982, thereafter the Harer Family Trust Collection.
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