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ID number:  ECM 417
Named collection:  The Eton Myers Collection
Title / Object name:  Faience Chalice
Object type:  Chalice
Culture:  Egyptian
Date made:  Third Intermediate Period (c. 1069-664 BCE) ?
Collector:  Myers, William Joseph
Materials:  Faience
Provenance:  Possibly from Tuna el-Gebel, Middle Egypt
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Blue-green faience chalice in a lotiform shape (slender, trumpet shaped bowl on footed stem). The chalice is undecorated, unlike many of the other lotiform chalices in the collection (ECM 811 and ECM 816, for example) and instead shows evidence of manufacturing errors, namely a large run of glaze down the exterior caused by direct application faience glazing.

Bibliography:  For more information about Egyptian faience, see S. Boonstra 2016 'Tjehenet: The Brilliant Manufacture of Egyptian Faience' in S. Boonstra (ed.) Objects Come to Life Virtual Exhibition, Birmingham Egyptology.

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Myers, William Joseph
British
1858-08
1899-10-30
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