15166. Egyptian Deep Blue Faience Ushabti for Pakharou the Palestinian
Thebes, Deir el-Bahari 22nd Dynasty, circa 1069-702 B.C.
Deep blue glazed faience composition mummiform ushabti, depicted with arms crossed and holding implements, wearing the royal striped wig. Decorated with black glazed vertical glyph register on the front which translates as follows... "Illuminate the Osiris Pakharou, true of voice."
Size: 3-3/16 inches (8.1 cm). Height + custom mount. Intact.
Provenance: Art Market, New York, acquired 1990s
See attached reference: ‘In the Tombs of Amun’ by Rogerio Sousa (published by Brill) and Aubert, Lilliane, Statuettes funeraires de la deuxieme cachette a Deir el-Bahari, no. 13.