The seated deity wears the vulture headdress and frontal uraeus, with finely incised tripartite wig, shown with incised broad collar and close fitting garment, her right hand offers her breast to infant Horus seated on her lap.
Material : Bronze
Culture : Egypt, c. 664-332 B.C.
Condition : Chip to corner of integral base, otherwise intact
Size:10.7 cm H - 4 3/16”
Display stand included
Provenance: American private collection, acquired in Egypt in mid 1960s. Published Bonhams London, April 2011, Lot 51