35a: A Large Egyptian Wood Figure Of Hathor
Late Dynastic to Ptolomeic, ca. 400 to 100 BC. Wooden carving of Hathor, the goddess who personified the principles of love, motherhood and joy. Shown with her cow ears and holes in shoulders where arms would have been attached, and headdress with twin horns and sun disc would have set upon her head. 16-1/4"H.
Provenance: Ex-private AZ collection.
there is a reserve on this lot
Missing arms, feet and headdress, but facial details still reasonably clear. Nicely mounted.