An Egyptian bronze figurine of Isis and the child Horus, Late Period, c. 664 - 332 BC, the goddess is depicted seated wearing a headdress consisting of a solar disk with horns and uraeus, she wears a tight-fitting gown and suckles the child Horus who rests nude in her lap. H: 3 3/8 in (8.6 cm). Mounted on a nice custom wood base. Ex collection of Frederick Allan Downes acquired in the early 1900's, thence by descent.
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