mainly Dynasty XXI (1070-945 B.C.), a large wood shabti, with details of wig painted in black -- 7in. (17.8cm.) high, two miniature glazed-composition shabtis and a miniature painted pottery shabti, uninscribed -- 2 5/8in. (6.8cm.) high max., mainly Late Period (712-332 B.C.)" /> Another group of shabtis including a pale glazed-composition figure, inscribed for "God's father, Djed-khonsu-uefankh", with details of inscription, crook, flail and seed-basket in darker glaze; two others similar, one inscribed for "Bak-Khonsu, prophet of Amun" -- 4¼in. (10.8cm.) high max., <I>mainly Dynasty XXI (1070-945 B.C.)</I>, a large wood shabti, with details of wig painted in black -- 7in. (17.8cm.) high, two miniature glazed-composition shabtis and a miniature painted pottery shabti, uninscribed -- 2 5/8in. (6.8cm.) high max., <I>mainly Late Period (712-332 B.C.)</I> | Christie's