London, South Kensington
7 October 2010
AN EGYPTIAN TURQUOISE GLAZED COMPOSITION OPENWORK PLAQUE
LATE PERIOD, CIRCA 664-332 B.C.
With the falcon-headed god Khonsu wearing full and crescent moon headdress and uraeus, holding Maat-feather and ankh-cross, seated on a nb-basket, suspension loop on back, mounted
2¼ in. (5.6 cm.) high
Neuhauser collection, acquired between 1952 and 1972.
Anonymous sale, Christie's, London, 2 July 1982, lot 156.
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