Third Intermediate Period, 22th Dynasty (ca 945-712BC)
This is a nice green-blue glazed faience ushabti, details added in black.
Mummiform, wearing tripartite wig with shesh headband, arms folded across chest, hands holding a pick and a hoe, basked on the right shoulder.
The sead bag is strongly preserved in black pigment.
Great details on the face.
Vertical column of hieroglyphic text down front to the legs: "The Osiris, Nes-ta-hi, True of Voice"
Dimensions: 8,3 x 2,9 x1,5 cm
The shabtis of this owner are not published yet, and the name of the owner is not in Ranke.
This is one of the more rare examples since it is intact.
The faience of these ushabtis is delicate and breaks easily so that most pieces on the marked are fragmentary.
This piece is completely intact, no repairs or restaurations.The Original green colour is still intact, and the face is well detailed.
Ex-Nomis Antiquities, USA