Egyptian Faience Turquoise Blue Glaze Ushabti

14395. Egyptian Faience Turquoise Blue Glaze Ushabti

25th Dynasty circa 664 to 525 BC

Faience ushabti (shabti) (shwabti) with blue-green turquoise glaze, symbolic for water, life and rebirth, made modeled in the form of Osiris, holding hoes for work in the afterlife, wearing a beard and tripartite wig.
Condition: Good intact, features worn; some surface wear and oxidation.
Size: 4-1/2 inches Height + block base
Provenance/source: Acquired by decedents Mark and Lottie S.; Hartsdale, NY, 1950s-1960s, from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY


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