New York, East
19 July 2001
CAT AND JACKAL STATUETTES LIKELY FROM "THE TEN COMMANDMENTS"
Three pieces of Egyptian-like set dressing likely used in "The Ten Commandments" including a pair of gold-painted matching cat statuettes constructed of wood and composite and one brown-painted sitting jackal statuette made of concrete. All pieces sustain some minor damage due to age; chipping, cracking, wood rot and paint loss, but overall still retain their unique design.
Height: 16 inches (3)
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