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A rare and superb Ancient Egyptian Female Ushabti figure, possibly a Priestess.
A rare and superb Ancient Egyptian Female Ushabti figure, possibly a Priestess.
A rare and superb Ancient Egyptian Female Ushabti figure, possibly a Priestess. A rare and superb Ancient Egyptian Female Ushabti figure, possibly a Priestess. A rare and superb Ancient Egyptian Female Ushabti figure, possibly a Priestess. A rare and superb Ancient Egyptian Female Ushabti figure, possibly a Priestess.
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c.21st Dynasty c.1070-713 B.C. An attractive and rare, pale green glazed Ancient Egyptian faience Ushabti figure for a Woman excavated in the early 20th Century in Thebes (Luxor) and from an old Nottinghamshire collection. This Ushabti has no regal beard and nicely defined female facial charateristics and although this example has no heiroglyphs, it is identical in style and execution to other Ushabtis from this period and location that have been attributed to Priestess's from the temple at Luxor. Traces of black pigment defining the eyes, a seed bag on the back and a Seshed headband. Minute knock to tip of one elbow otherwise the Ushabti is totally intact and in lovely condition with good glaze and colouration, a super example, attractively mounted on a two stage perspex display plinth. 95mm tall (114mm on plinth) x 35mm wide x 33mm deep.