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Lot 4863

Colorful Ushabti. Egypt, XXI Dynasty, c. 1075-944 BC. Height: 5". Faience ushabti of simplified mummiform shape depicting an individual with arms crossed. Faience is glazed in an attractive turquoise blue. Details appear in an applied black glaze. The figure wears a long lappet wig, beaded collar and cuffs, and holds two picks, with seed bag or basket thrown over each shoulder. A panel of hieroglyphs runs down the front of the body and legs. Mounted on black-painted wood base. Artifact is nicely preserved with only a few trivial chips to glaze. Attractive for its type.
Estimated Value $750 - 950.

Realized $1,093

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