Thu, 27th Jun 2019 10:00

Antiquities & Tribal Art

  Lot 5

AN EGYPTIAN TERRACOTTA HYKSOS CONCUBINE FIGURE Second Intermediate Period, 15th - 17th Dynasty, Circa 1650 - 1550 B.C. The highly stylised figure is depicted with elongated slender limbs, her legs flaring up to her large round buttocks, with hands resting on her flanks, her pudenda and navel defined with incisions, with small circular breasts surmounted by an applied collar, with a broad head she wears pierced disc earrings, her eyes depicted with diagonal linear incisions and her nose protruding between them, 14.2cm high. Provenance: Private UK collection, acquired from M. Ayres, London, in 1980.

Estimated at £1,000 - £2,000


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