20 December 2011
TETE DE CHAT EN BRONZE
EGYPTE, BASSE EPOQUE, XXVI-XXXEME DYNASTIE, CIRCA 664-332 AVANT J.C.
Au modelé naturaliste, les oreilles dressées, le regard fixe, les yeux incrustés de feuilles d'or
6 cm. (2½ in.)
Collection Pierre et Claude Vérité, acquis entre 1930 et 1960, Paris.
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Post Lot Text
AN EGYPTIAN BRONZE HEAD OF A CAT, LATE PERIOD, DYNASTY XXVI-XXX, CIRCA 664-332 B.C.
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