Description: A reddish brown terracotta overseer ushabti comprising a mummiform figure wearing the characteristic kilt with the left arm straight at the side and the right arm flexed at the elbow. The body covered with patchy worn white slip. The ushabti has a flat back. Overall surface wear and the facial features relatively well-modelled and an attractive example of the type.
Size: 70 mm/2.7 ins. high
Date: Third Intermediate Period, 22nd Dynasty, 945-715 B.C.
Provenance: Ex UK private collection and acquired from the UK art market.