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An Overseer Shabti for the Songstress of Amun, Ta-udjat-re, 19th Dynasty, ca. 1069 - 945 BC

EU1902

of blue glazed faience shown mummiform, with details in black pigment, wearing a filet over a tripartite wig, with accented eyes and eyebrows, the arms crossed over the chest, each hand holding painted hoe and large seed basket on the back. A single vertical column of an inscription on the front reads “The Osiris, the songstress of Amun, Taoudjatre, true of voice".

Dimensions: Height:  Height 11.5 cm (4.5 inches)

Condition: Loss to nose professionally restored, some firing cracks and glaze imperfections. Otherwise, intact and in very good condition overall.  On custom 1950's mount.

Provenance: acquired from Susette Khayat, Ancient Arts Gallery, 5th Ave, New York City, in the 1950s.



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