Torso of an Egyptian Ushabti // c. 664-535 BC
Ancient Egypt. Late Period, c. 664-535 BC. Large torso from an Egyptian faience ushabti, a burial figure left in the tomb of the dead to serve as a servant in the afterlife. Depicted mummiform, wearing tripartite wig with seshed headband, arms folded at chest, holding crook and flail. Great green color with black details. Excellent facial detail.
— Ex-Nomis Antiquities; Ex-Simonian Family Collection, Switzerland, Acquired In The 1960s
— Height: 2"
— Includes Custom Base
— Total Measurements: 1.625"L x 1.625"W x 4.125"H
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