Bowl Fayum
Item no TM0128

Natural onyx

Introducing the "Fayum Bowl" by Eichholtz, inspired by a group of Egyptian cosmetic vessels (ca. 1887–1750 B.C.) discovered in a tomb at Haraga.

Introducing the "Fayum Bowl" by Eichholtz, inspired by a group of Egyptian cosmetic vessels (ca. 1887–1750 B.C.) discovered in a tomb at Haraga.

Crafted with the finest onyx finish, this bowl embodies timeless allure. With a diameter of 16 cm. and a height of 12 cm., it's an elegant vessel for your treasured possessions, and lends a touch of ancient artistry and sophistication to your home decor.

HISTORIC PROVENANCE


The Bowl Fayum is influenced by a group of Egyptian stone vessels (ca. 1887–1750 B.C.) in The Met collection. These cosmetic vessels from the Middle Kingdom were discovered in a tomb at Haraga. The Vase Fayumis exquisitely crafted by hand in onyx. Each piece offers its own unique coloration and natural veins.

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In collaboration with The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York we present a beautifully crafted new collection including almost 100 unique furniture, lighting, and accessory items. The Met | Eichholtz collection draws inspiration from over 5,000 years of history and art.

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