Description: A large sensitively carved and well-proportioned wooden mummy mask, covered in gesso, now much worn, the face painted brown, with the eyes and eye-brows delineated in black, with white, black and red striped wig. An area of the mid-face covering part of the nose and lips restored with modern wood, and some cracks and lacunae, but sound and a sensitive depiction with considerable presence.
Size: 316 mm/12.4 ins. high
Date: Late Period, c. 664-30 B.C.
Provenance: Ex Cheshire private collection, the collection assembled in the second half of the 20th Century.