Egyptian condor bracelet (British Museum exclusive)

    SKU: cmcn484050

    £19.99 Members' price *


    A brass and gold bracelet showing an Egyptian design by Gustav Klimt.

    This painting is based on the representation found in the tomb of the vizier Bakenrenef in Saqqara from the 26th Dynasty (ca. 650 B.C.). The decorative motif of vultures was originally reserved for royal tombs. Vultures personify the lands and crown of Upper Egypt.


    Product code: cmcn484050
    Exhibition: Sunken cities: Egypt's lost worlds
    Details: Designed by the Museum's in House team
    Material: Brass with gold finish and epoxy
    Weight: 0.019kg
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