A nice Egyptian bicolor faience ushabti, mummiform, wearing tripartite headdress with seshed headband knotted in the back, arms folded at chest with a hoe in each hand, basket at center of back supported by straps. Face rounded with nicely detailed eyes and brows, single column of hieroglyphic text down front of legs. Ushabtis were the 400+/- small figures of servants plus supervisors who accompanied well-to-do Egyptians easing their passage to the afterworld. Ushabtis were a major component of Egyptian funeral rituals. They carried tools in each hand and a sack on their back. Custom made Lucite stand.