Pottery mould used for the manufacture of small faience amulets in the shape the lion-headed goddess Sekhmet wearing a sun-disc. Sticker with number 35 on the back (Rev. Chester collection 28.70.35). Many hundreds of moulds have been collected from New Kingdom urban sites such as Gurob, Tell el-Amarna and Qantir. The exact provenance of this amulet is not known. It was collected by Rev. Greville John Chester and sold to Norwich Castle Museum in 1870.