Fourteen Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlays
Longest: 2 1/2 inches (6 cm).
Sale 910 - Antiquities & Ethnographic Art
Nov 1810AMCT
Live and Online / Chicago
Price Estimate
$500 - $1,000

Sold for $313

Sold prices are inclusive of Buyer’s Premium
Lot Description
Fourteen Egyptian Mosaic Glass Inlays
Ptolemaic Period to Roman Period, Circa 1st Century B.C.-1st Century A.D.
Longest: 2 1/2 inches (6 cm).
Property from a California Private Collection

The John J. Slocum Collection, Providence, Rhode Island (1914-1997). 
Ancient Objects Auction, Providence, Rhode Island, 15 October 2017, Lot 186.

J.J. Slocum was an avid bibliophile, numismatist, and antiquarian. Beyond his exceptional collection of rare books and medieval crusader coins, he had collected antiquities. These were mostly acquired while serving as a US diplomate to Germany and Egypt in the 1960s. He would later go on to work with the Smithsonian Institution, serve on President Regan's Cultural Property Advisory Committee, and be given the title Trustee Emeritus from the Archaeological Institute of America.
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