An Egyptian bronze figure of a striding Harpokrates, Late Period, c. 664 - 332 BC, depicted nude on integral base, wearing solar disc and horns with uraeus and side-lock of youth. His right finger is pressed to lips and his left arm is pendant at side; suspension loop at back of neck. H: 2 5/8 in (6.7 cm). Nicely detailed with a deep green patina. Ex South London, UK private collection.
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An Egyptian bronze figure of a striding Harpokrates