Description: A good-sized turquoise blue glazed faience flat-backed ushabti with details added in black. An incomplete vertical column of black hieroglyphs on the front, with text either lost, or awaiting addition of a name. A horizontal fracture repaired below the shoulders, some hairline cracks to the face and headdress, a small chip to one shoulder and some inoffensive surface wear to the front lower body, but overall a nice example of the type.
Size: 133 mm/5.2 ins. high
Date: Ramesside, c. 1292-1069 B.C.
Provenance: From a UK private collection formed in the 1970s.