The Sage's Cupboard
Egyptian and tribal inspired beadwork jewelry creations.
Ideas from The Sage's Cupboard jewelry workbench.
Color palettes.
Art. Mythology.
The Sage's Cupboard
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enigma-57:

Cult series: Horus (genderbent for some reason)
Art doll by Katya and Lena Popovy.
enigma-57:

Cult series: Horus (genderbent for some reason)
Art doll by Katya and Lena Popovy.
enigma-57:

Cult series: Horus (genderbent for some reason)
Art doll by Katya and Lena Popovy.
enigma-57:

Cult series: Horus (genderbent for some reason)
Art doll by Katya and Lena Popovy.
enigma-57:

Cult series: Horus (genderbent for some reason)
Art doll by Katya and Lena Popovy.
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gammadraconis:

hatshepsut stela, vatican museum, rome
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gwydionmisha:

Ancient Egyptian Faience Art.
gwydionmisha:

Ancient Egyptian Faience Art.
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archaicwonder:

A pair of Egyptian glass eye inlays, Late Period, Circa 664-332 BC
Each eye rim of opaque blue glass, with extended cosmetic line, the white glass sclera fused with cloudy iridescent black oval irises, probably from a sarcophagus.
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sartorialadventure:

Hair and headdresses from ancient Egypt
sartorialadventure:

Hair and headdresses from ancient Egypt
sartorialadventure:

Hair and headdresses from ancient Egypt
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ancientpeoples:

Ivory clappers
These clappers are shaped like hands. They were used in magical practices to scare away evil spirits and ghosts. By clapping them together a noise is created that accompanies a ritual. 
Egyptian, found in Amarna. From the New Kingdom, 18th dynasty, 1353 - 1336 BC. 
Source: Metropolitan Museum
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Luxor
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Litter at the Pyramids
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thehereticpharaoh:

This extraordinary wooden mummy mask, dated to Kemet’s Third Intermediate Period / Early Late Period (1069 – 525 BC) was sold by Sotheby’s on 8th June 2011. It was estimated to sell for $150,000 to $250,000. It went for $812,500.Whilst this was a high-end, legal, public auction, the illicit online trade of Egypt’s priceless antiques is booming. These days, with an eBay account, a piece of Egypt’s glorious past can yours.Modern day tomb-robbery is rampant across Egypt and many of the finds are ending up online. From golden rings and amulets to limestone reliefs and mummy beads. All spirited out of Egypt since the 2011 revolution.In the past, official excavations were rewarded for their efforts by being allocated a proportion of their finds by the Egyptian Government. Many of the world’s museum collections are filled with these state sanctioned antiquities. Today however, it is seriously illegal to export antiquities from Egypt.Egypt’s Ministry of Antiquities has created a team dedicated to tracking the online illicit trade and reclaiming their ancient past. However the only way to really stop the shady traffic is to simply not buy it. With their original provenance lost, looters are stripping Egypt of its archaeological heritage and priceless information is being lost forever.
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jeannepompadour:

Foreigners and races known to the Ancient Egyptias from the temple of Ramesses III at Medinet Habu