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Authentic, Oversized Xxl Carved Ushabti Tomb Statue Dating From 664-525 Bc

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This custom museum display showcases an Authentic, huge oversized XXL Carved Ushabti Tomb Statue dating from 664-525 BC, part of the 26th Dynasty. This linen wrapped ancient Egyptian painted tomb statue is finely carved in mummiform, wearing a tripartite wig, broad collar necklace and divine beard.

The face is beautifully defined with incised mouth, large almond shaped eyes and faint ears. The arms are crossed on the chest, hands protrude from a shroud to hold a flail in each fist (attributes of the deity Osiris that became insignia of pharaonic authority), the right hand also holding a twisted rope connected to an seed sack behind the left shoulder. Bands of carved hieroglyphic inscriptions cover the lower chest and legs (usually a passage from the Book of the Dead), as well as a finely carved Goddess Isis depicted in human form with tripartite wig and wearing Hathor's headdress (The preeminent goddess of earlier times), a sun disk between the horns of a cow. In her left hand is a flail (attributes of the deity Osiris that became insignia of pharaonic authority), the ancient Egyptian symbol for fertility.

Isis was refereed to in The Book of The Dead as "She who gives birth to heaven and earth, knows the orphan, knows the widow, seeks justice for the poor, and shelter for the weak"- the Egyptian goddess, was very popular throughout Egypt, and beyond and - she became was a goddess of almost limitless attributes! She was one of the goddesses who protected the sarcophagus and the Canopic jars (which contained the internal organs). It was thought that she helped the deceased on their difficult journey into the afterlife and she was sometimes named as one of the judges of the dead. Ushabti figures were placed in ancient Egyptian tombs in order to serve the deceased in the afterlife.

It's protected under plexiglass in a custom museum display to keep it looking pristine, ensuring protection of your investment while allowing you to fully appreciate this piece of collectible ancient history. The customized descriptive metallic plaque, in addition to the detailed finishing, add to the elegant and sophisticated, gallery-quality aesthetic. Unique and one-of-a-kind, you'll receive the exact piece shown in the photos. Complete with a Certificate of Authenticity, this piece is an exciting investment that will only get better with age.

— Product Dimensions: 6"L x 6"W x 14"H
— Authentic and genuine Artifact
— Protected in a Removable Custom Museum Quality Plexiglass display
— Customized Descriptive Metallic Plaque
— Detailed Finishings
— Includes Certificate Of Authenticity
— Professional packaging for a Safe delivery. Each order is Custom Made and we take great care in making sure everything is just the way you like it, please allow 4-8 weeks for preparing your masterpiece.

Shipping & Packaging info

Professional packaging for a safe delivery. Every element of the frame or display for your piece is hand-crafted with the highest quality materials, design and workmanship (plates, design, glass, matting, frame, assembly etc...) and we pay great attention to every presentation detail. Once your item is ready to be shipped you may rest assured that we go to great lengths to make sure that your package arrives safely, each item is wrapped with multiple layers of paper and or cardboard and bubble wrap, frames will have bubble wrap bumpers on every corner, displays will be attached to the base and will be wrapped with 1 inch thick bubble wrapping, ensuring the protection during shipping. 

Processing time:
6-10 weeks *

Estimated delivery time:
Canada: 1-5 business days
United States: 1-9 business days
Asia: 6-12 business days
Europe: 5-10 business days
Australia: 7-14 business days

* subject to forced government COVID quarantine closures law . Also note shipping delays are given as an indication only and shipping can sometimes be faster.