AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF OSIRIS
“GOD OF THE AFTERLIFE”
Egypt, Late Period; 664 – 323 BC
The figure is made of solid bronze, bearded, mummiform and holding the crook and flail with broad collar. He wears the “Atef” plumed crown with uraeus at the front, the snake’s tail rising atop the crown.
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Egyptian pair of bronze and Alabaster Eyes, ca. 600 BC.
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.
Ancient “Greco-Roman” hollow terracotta figure of harpocrates with remains of white, orange and black paint on the surface “God of Secrecy and silence” Harpocrates is shown seated, crossed legs holding a jar with his right forefinger to his lips
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