Egyptian Bronze Statuette of Harpocrates
C. 664-30 – Late Period-Ptolemaic
A solid bronze statuette of the nude, seated deity Harpocrates, also known as Horus the Child. The deity is portrayed with his index finger held to the chin and wearing a Nemes headdress with uraeus to the front and with feet secured on a plinth.
Although one arm and part of the headdress are missing, it is in good condition with nice carvings. Stand included.
Ref: Similar example in the National Museum of Asian Art, accession number F1908.48
Provenance: Ex D. S. Collection, West Sussex, collected in the 1990’s-2000’s.
Size: 102mm height (without stand)
118mm height with stand