This is a statuette representing an Ancient Egyptian woman standing on a rectangular plinth wearing a tripartite wig, with her left arm and right hand damaged showing unusual head and body proportions. This statuette is supposedly dated to the Old Kingdom, 3-6th Dynasty ca. 2650-2152 B.C. Not much info is available about this specific artefact since this image was randomly posted by a user on “EgyptSearch” lacking a detailed title, catalogue description, source and location for this statuette.
Artist Ohene vibrantly depicts some of the world's most proudly fierce warriors in a riot of color. Cast in quality designer resin, his legendary Zulu tribesmen hold brightly hand-painted shields and spears ready to defend their country. This nearly a foot-and-a-half tall exotic work of decorative art is truly gallery worthy. 10"Wx5"Dx16"H. 3 lbs.