Bronze Statuette of Horus in Form of a Falcon

Culture: Egyptian
Period: Late period, 664-332 B.C.
Material: Bronze
Dimensions: 9.5 cm high
Price: Sold
Ref: 1190
Provenance: French private collection, acquired in a French auction house.
Condition: Feet missing, the surface partially with stronger traces of corrosion, but in total of a strong expression.
Description: Solid cast bronze statuette of god Horus in form of a falcon. Horus wears the Pschent, the double crown, depicting him as the ruler of Upper and Lower Egypt. The eyes button-shaped, the wings resting on the body, the tail feathers crossed at the back. The plumage on the back of the head incised in cold work, the double crowns with fine perforations. Mounted.