An Egyptian limestone relief fragment 1st Intermediate Period, circa 2181-2040 B.C.
Lot 4*
An Egyptian limestone relief fragment
Sold for £12,000 (US$ 20,169) inc. premium
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An Egyptian limestone relief fragment
1st Intermediate Period, circa 2181-2040 B.C.
Carved in sunken relief, depicting a striding man wearing a kilt, his wife standing behind him wearing a long dress, with her left arm around him, 13½in (34.3cm) high, mounted

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  • Provenance:
    Blanchard Collection, Cairo, 1925.
    Property of The Toledo Museum of Art, sold at Sotheby's, New York, 12 June 1993, lot 19.
    Property of a New York Lady.
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