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Carter No.: 022

Handlist description: Large statue in black and gold

Card/Transcription No.: 022-4

22 4

3. Description (cont).

Sandals of bronze overlaid with gold.

In R. hand carries a mace of wood covered with gesso and gold. Pear-shaped end has a pine cone pattern incised.

In L hand a staff - wood, gesso and gold

<> 9 A 35 37.8 161 169

Diam. 2 tapering slightly to top and bottom.

A an independent piece, slipped over stick and ?fastened. Lotus pattern ornamentation at top (9 down), running downwards. Also on underside of A, running upwards.

At 161 a splice with double groove, ?original break or extra piece added.

Card no. 022-4 relating to Carter no. 022
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