Blue faience chalice, delicate stemmed foot with frond decoration in relief, broad shallow bowl in the form of a white lotus, lobed, and with vertical incised decoration.
Bibliography: Friedman, F.D. (ed.) 1998. Gifts of the Nile: Ancient Egyptian Faience. London and Providence (page 126, Entry No. 115).
Georganteli, E. and Bommas, M. (eds.) 2010. Sacred and Profane: Treasures of Ancient Egypt from the Myers Collection, Eton College and University of Birmingham. London. (Page 75, Entry No. 60).
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Notes: Friedman (1998: 126) suggests the chalice most likely dates to the 22nd Dynasty.