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Photo 1. Cosmetic Spoon girl starts lotus flowers. New Kingdom. Louvre Museum, Paris. Photo by J. MALEK, Egypt, 4000 years of art, Barcelona ...

The Louvre, Paris. Cosmetic Spoon with girl and lotus flowers. From the area of Thebes, New Kingdom.

cosmetic-spoon Ankh form, god Bes of the Nile, papyrus, ducks Thebes, Egypt, wood

the bowl and upper handle are in the form of the upper half of an ankh-symbol; the rim is inlaid with egyptian blue(? the main portion of the handle is in the form of an open-work representation of Bes flanked by papyrus-plants.

EGYPT SPOON, COSMETIC 2ND-1ST MILL.BCE Spoon for holding face cream; young woman carrying three bouquets of lotus and three ducks. 18th dynasty. Wood, H: 22 cm Inv. N 1737 Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Egyptiennes, Paris, France

*SPOON: for holding face cream; young woman carrying three bouquets of lotus and three ducks. Wood, H: 22 cm Inv. N Louvre, Departement des Antiquites Egyptiennes, Paris, France.

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Cosmetic spoon in the shape of a female swimmer,

Cuiller à fard. Silhouette de jeune fille montée sur une barque de papyrus dont la proue et la poupe sont ornées d'une tête de canard. Période : 18e dynastie (vers 1550-1295). Lieu de découverte : Gournah (site) (origine). Paris, musée du Louvre

Silhouette mounted on a boat of papyrus whose bow and stern are adorned with a duck's head. Paris, museum of the Louvre

A cosmetic spoon in the form of a naked young woman carrying an amphora on her shoulder and a bag

A cosmetic spoon in the form of a naked young woman carrying an amphora on her shoulder and a bunch of lotus flowers. She wears a broad collar, a wig and a tiny waistband. New Kingdom, Dynasty, ca.

Duck-shaped kohl spoon In ancient Egypt cosmetics were widely used by both men and women. Black eyeliner was widely used.

Duck-shaped cosmetic spoon, for mixing facial ochre pigments with ointments or oils.