New Kingdom, 19th Dynasty, ca. 1293 – 1185 BC - Egypt
|Dimensions (in cm):||Height: 14.3 cm|
|Century/ Timeframe:||19th Dynasty, ca.1293 1185 BC|
|Condition:||Repaired, Otherwise In Good Condition|
Mummiform, faience with black glaze covering entire ushabti except the area on the front legs framing the hieroglyphic text , details in black, wearing a tripartite wig, holding agricultural implements in each hand, seed sack on back and a column of hieroglyphic inscription in black on front naming “Iryen” as the owner.
Materials- Black Faience with white vertical column and black details
Dimensions- H: 5.6 inches (14.3 cm)
Condition- Break across midsection repaired, chip to left proper side
Inscription- “Illuminated the Osiris, lady of the house, Iryen” [Bagot Bulletin]
Private Virginia collection, acquired from: Hixenbaugh Ancient Art, NYC
Ex: Gallery Bagot, Barcelona, Spain
Ex: Collection Dr Leopold Benguerel, Barcelona; acquired in London in 1960s.
Art Loss Certificate No: S00089716
1. G. Janes, The Shabti Collections 3, Rochdale Arts and Heritage Service (Cheshire, 2011), p. 1-5 no. 1 Inv. Nr. SED 9.2 User-Hat DYN 19 Rochdale Arts; p. 1-5 no. 1 Inv. Nr. SED 9.3 User-Hat DYN 19 Rochdale Arts (Indirect Parallels)
2. Ushebtis Egypcios, https://sites.google.com/site/ushebtisegipcios/ ; Petrie Museum, Pic No. 4 120; Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, Austria, Pic No. 106; Barcelona Museum, Pic No. 61 & 62 (Indirect Paralles)
3. Arte Primitivo NYC 26 Oct 2009 Lot 222 DYN 19 (Indirect Parallel)
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