A fantastic Egyptian bronze figure of seated Isis, Late Period, c. 664 - 332 BC, beautifully detailed and seated on her throne suckling the infant Horus who sits on her lap. She wears a tight-fitting gown, striated wig and a headdress consisting of a solar disk between cow's horns, uraeus in front. The figure is well preserved with nice style and crisp detail, the surfaces well-preserved with a pleasing red-brown patina. H: 6 1/2 in (16.4 cm). Mounted on a nice wood throne which in turn sits upon a lucite base. Ex Santa Clarita, CA private collection.
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