Egyptian jewellery and amulets made of faience, carnelian, lapis lazuli, blue frit, glass, amethyst, gold and feldspar, dating to 2nd-1st millennium BC, £450-1800 from Charles Ede.

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It offers a wide selection of objects ranging in price and sales are first
come, first served – no reservation or discounts.


Egyptian winged scarab made from faience beads, dated Late Dynastic-Ptolemaic Period, c.664-30BC, £1200 from Charles Ede.

It is not at the top end of the gallery’s offerings price wise, with pieces ranging from £50-5000. Rather it is a chance to pick up a gift for a loved one (or one’s self).