An Egyptian mummified fish (possibly a Catfish) in loosely-woven cloth wrappings with securing bands, decorated with black pigment eyes. A fine example of one of the many types of animals the Egyptian mummified for votive purposes.
Egypt, Late Period, 664-332 BC
Size: 26 cms Length.
Condition: Good condition. Wrappings in good condition.
Provenance: Ex Hiller collection, acquired in the 1950s; thence by descent.