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Lot 837

Attractive, Brightly Colored Faience Ushabti. Egypt, 26th-27th Dynasties, c. 664-404 BC. Mummiform figure, said to be named Hor-ankh, with beard and lappet wig, stands holding adze and hoe, seed bag over his shoulder. The features fine and stylish; the T-shaped panels along the front with sharply incised glyphs, denoting the name and mother of the deceased. In choice condition, apparently free of repair, with only slight rubbing to tip of beard and nose, and a few scattered spots of tiny chipping to the glaze. The faience a very handsome and pure deep turquoise color,with hardly any blue-green. Height: 5-1/8".
Estimated Value $2,500 - 3,000.


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