Description & Technical information
Period: 5th- 4th Century B.C
Origin: Central Asia
Provenance: Formerly in the Sauerborn and Maurer Family Collection, Koblenz, Germany. The family began collecting as early as the 19th century.
Subsequently in the Private Collection of Professor Dr Heinz Hungerland (1905–1987) and Dr Gisela Hungerland, Andernach, Germany.
The object was subsequently inherited by the children of Professor Dr Heinz Hungerland.
German Art Market, 2011
Private German Collection (accompanied by German Export License).
Categories: Classical & Egyptian antiquities, Sculpture
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