Ushabti of a man with lappet-wig with incised ringlets

This ushabti of a man only has its top half remaining and was purchased by the British Museum from Thomas Burgon in 1842. It is believed to date from the late 18th Dynasty, c.1388-1292 B.C. It showcases a male in a shoulder-length wig, usekh collar and holding two flails in each hand. It is made of incised limestone.

British Museum. EA8875
British Museum. EA8875

Summary:
Upper half of an incised limestone ushabti figure
New Kingdom, late 18th Dynasty – early 19th Dynasty, c.1388-1279 B.C.
British Museum. EA8875