A nice Egyptian bronze figure of Isis, Late Period, c. 664 - 332 BC, depicted seated, wearing long tight-fitting gown, a crown consisting of a solar disk, horns and a uraeus atop her hear. She suckles in her lap the infant Horus who wear side-lock of youth. Attractive rounded features and thick mottled green patina. H: 4 ¼ in (10.8 cm). Custom wood base. Ex London, UK private collection.
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