Description: A good-sized cast bronze standing figure of Osiris, wearing a double plumed feathered crown, topped by the solar disc, and with a ureaus in the centre of the forehead. The figure wears the royal beard and a long tightly fitting garment, and holds a crook and flail. A relatively slender but nicely-modelled example with overall patchy green and red surface patina. A pleasing figure with a detailed, rather large nosed, face.
Size: 131 mm/5.1 ins. in height (151 mm/5.9 ins. including wooden base)
Date: Late Period, c. 700-30 B.C.
Provenance: Ex upstate New York private collection, and acquired by descent from fathers estate.
Mounted on an old wooden block base.