Large ancient Egyptian soft blue faience Ushabti with defined features, standing with braided beard, arms crossed, hands holding pick and hoe, wearing a tripartite wig and bearing eight lines of hieroglyphic inscription
Egyptian Bronze and Alabaster Eyes, Late New Kingdom, ca. 1307-1069BC.
Almond-shaped eye inlays with eyebrows, the well-formed lid and cosmetic line crafted of bronze and inlaid with irises of alabaster; the pupils in black pigment. Perhaps from an anthropoid sarcophagus or a monumental statue.