Large Egyptian Faience Ushabti // 30th Dynasty // 360 - 343 BC
Ancient Egypt. Late period, 30th Dynasty, c. 360 - 343 BC. A very large and nice blue faience ushabti burial figure, a servant to the deceased in the afterlife. Depicted mummiform, wearing tripartite wig and false beard. Arms crossed across chest with hands holding pick and hoe. Down the front a column of hieroglyphic text from the Book of the Dead in deep blue under nice light blue glaze. Intact and a nice example of this type.
Accompanied by a hand-signed certificate of authenticity which includes all the details, culture, dating, motifs/inscriptions when applicable, historical relevance, and provenance.
2"L x 1.875"W x 5.875"H
— Ex Old U.K. Collection
— With Custom Metal Base (Entire Piece Stands 6.25” Tall
— Includes Hand Signed Certificate Of Authenticity With Details, Culture, Dating, Motifs/Inscriptions When Applicable, Historical Relevance & Provenance
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