Regency period antique Tea Caddy - a rare and unusual container for tea in the shape of an Egyptian pylon surmounted by a cornice and decorated with Egyptian symbols on a gold background. English, early 19th century courtesy Martyn Cook Antiques, Redfern at Sydney - Maria Elena Garcia - ► www.pinterest.com/megardel/ ◀︎
Mastaba of Akhti-Hotep and Ptah-Hotep, Saqqara, Egypt. Artist's impression of the Right North false door, it could represent a simple passage giving access to annexes of the terrestrial house of Ptahhotep, where one temporarily stored all products destined for the funerary cult of the owner of the tomb. This addition to the conventional false door for comings and goings of the deceased, is unusual. The door is symmetrical in design, the left-hand side being a mirror image of the right.
KAMUT - One of the most wonderful of all grains, kamut comes form the ancient Egyptian word for wheat. This grain was a staple in the Egyptian lifestyle and was probably one of grains that Joseph stored for Pharaoh. Kamut was re-discovered about 1950 by a farmer from Montana who brought home a handful of kernels form Egypt and planted them on his farm.
Whiting Davis Vintage Necklace Large Chunky Faux Turquoise Egyptian Pendant from http://stores.ebay.com/My-Classic-Jewelry-Shop. Whiting & Davis produced some very nice jewelry in the 1950's to 1960's. This unusual Egyptian inspired pendant necklace is one of their rare designs. :)