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Carter No.: 041c

Handlist description: Bronze and wood candlestick

Card/Transcription No.: 041c

41 (c) Bronze and Wood Candlestick

Ankh and base as in (a) & (b), but arrangement of cup different. Base 19 x 9 x 4.5 Height of ankh 18.5: width of loop 6.2 Width of crossbar. 9.3. Arms flexed evenly, and spread much more widely than in (a) & (b), to embrace a rounder lower cup. Hands were 6.5 above base: width apart at tips of fingers 7.4.

Cup missing. Round peg hole, .2 in diam, 4.8 from front, & 3.7 from right side. Round this traces of a round cup left on the base 3-4 in diam.

Card no. 041c relating to Carter no. 041c
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