New auction name, same trusted team of professionals! For the past 4 years we have built our online auction business as 'Antiquities Saleroom,' but to better reinforce our more than 20 years expertise selling ancient art, we have changed our name to 'ArtemisGalleryLIVE.' ArtemisGalleryLIVE is a fully-owned subsidiary of Artemis Gallery Ancient Art, an online antiquities gallery actively involved in the world of ancient art since 1993.
Think all online auction companies are alike? Think again. ArtemisGalleryLIVE is not like most other online auction companies. Our specialty is antiquities, ancient and ethnographic art, and we sell only authentic examples. We know the antiquities business from the ground up, so we know what we're doing... and what we're selling. All artifacts offered for sale are guaranteed ancient and authentic, and have been legally acquired and are legal to sell. Meaning no replicas. Nothing in the 'style of' any ancient culture. Which assures you of one very important thing. When you buy from us, you are unconditionally guaranteed exactly what is stated in the auction listing... or your money back!
And unlike so many other online auctioneers, ArtemisGallery LIVE takes the hassle out of bidding and buying online. Easy auction registration... Accurate auction descriptions with professional photos... Timely processing of payments... In essence, we treat you exactly like we would like to be treated. In-house packing and shipping by the same folks who actually run the auction, so NO HIGH FEES, no passing you off to someone else, not expecting you to arrange for your own shipping.
We know there will always be other online choices offering similar items, but what sets ArtemisGalleryLIVE apart from our competition is that no sale is ever final if you're not happy. We guarantee everything we sell 100% - bid with complete confidence!
Lot: 1 - Ancient Egyptian Pre-Dynastic Spear Point
Egypt, late Pre-Dynastic, ca. 4000 to 3100 BCE. A clearly knapped lithic spear point, done in a smooth beige stone with an almost milky surface. Made to be lashed to a longer stick, possibly used for fishing on the Nile. Comes with custom stand.
Lot: 2 - Rare Egyptian Steatite Quadruple Scarab
Egypt, New Kingdom, ca. 1150 to 1070 BCE.
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