Ushabti Tomb Statue- Egyptian Faience Blue Glazed Ushabti Tomb Statue From 664-332 BC Museum Display

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This custom museum display showcases is an authentic Faience Glazed Ushabti Tomb Statue dating from 664-332 BC, part of the Late Dynasty Period. This ancient Egyptian tomb statue features a good blue glazed faience ushabti, finely molded in mummiform, wearing a tripartite wig and broad collar necklace. The head is also beautifully defined. The arms are crossed on the chest, hands protrude from a shroud to hold a flail or flabellum (nekhakha) - the most prominent items in the royal regalia of ancient Egypt. A vertical band of carved hieroglyphic inscriptions cover the lower chest and legs (usually a passage from the Book of the Dead).

It's protected under plexiglass in a custom museum display to keep it looking pristine, ensuring protection of your investment while allowing you to fully appreciate this piece of collectible ancient history. The customized descriptive metallic plaque, in addition to the detailed finishing, add to the elegant and sophisticated, gallery-quality aesthetic.

Complete with a certificate of authenticity, this piece is an exciting investment that will only get better with age.

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— Statue dimensions: 5.75'L
— Statue with display dimensions: 3"L x 3"W x 8"H
— Authentic and genuine Artifact
— Since every piece is real and unique, it may very slightly differ from pictures shown
— Protected in a Removable Custom Museum Quality Plexiglass display
— Customized Descriptive Metallic Plaque
— Collector-Inspired attention to detail
Includes Certificate Of Authenticity

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