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Lot 1, Auction 8/16/2018: Translated Egyptian White Faience Ushabti

$1,494.00
Egypt, probably Memphis, New Kingdom, Ramesside period, Dynasty XIX, ca. 1279 to 1193 BCE. Mummiform votive ushabti, white faience with transparent glaze, details in black, wearing a short wig with sidelock (wick of youth) and a small goatee, adorned with a broad usekh collar, holding agricultural implements in each hand, seed sack on the back and a column of hieroglyphic inscriptions on front naming “Rema” as the owner. Translation is "The iIluminated one, the Osiris, Sem Priest of Ptah, r m a." Custom stand. Size: 5.625" H (14.3 cm)

Condition: Intact/excellent condition.

Provenance: Ex-private New Jersey collection, ex-German collection acquired before 1980

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