25 October 2006
AN EGYPTIAN ROSE GRANITE FRAGMENTARY RELIEF OF SEKHMET
LATE PERIOD, CIRCA 600-400 B.C.
With upper torso and profile head of the leonine-headed goddess facing right, wearing tripartite wig and holding wadj-sceptre, with mount
3½ in. (9.7 cm.) high
Formerly in an American private collection, New Jersey.
Previously with Charles Ede Ltd., London.
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