Mask of Tutankhamun Sculpture

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A small sculpture inspired by the mask of Tutankhamun - an ancient Egyptian pharaoh - in the British Museum. The sculpture measures approximately 19cm x 12cm and may be used a book end (it has one flat side). <br> <br> Tutankhamun's tomb, with contents including his burial mask, was discovered in November 1922 by the archaeologists Howard Carter and the fifth Earl of Carnarvon. This was one of the most important archaeological events of the century: Tutankhamun's tomb was the the only tomb dating from Egypt&#8217;s New Kingdom (c1550&#8211;1069 BC) to have been found substantially intact. The contents provided an unequalled insight into royal funerary practices, art and craftsmanship of the period. Tutankhamun's burial mask remains a popular symbol of this landmark discovery.<br> <br> Exclusive to the British Museum, this inspired piece is made in England by Revival Arts of Bath. <br> <br> <a href="http://bit.ly/TSmXjf" target="_blank" title="Read more about Tutankhamun here" class="linkarrow">Read more about Tutankhamun here<span class="arrow"></span></a>

Exclusive to the British Museum, a replica bust of the most well-known ancient Egyptian pharaoh, Tutankhamun.

This gypsum plaster bust is a reproduction of an original sculpture housed in the British Museum, and features one flat side which lends it to use as a bookend.

Tutankhamun ruled ancient Egypt c.1336-1327 BC during the 18th Dynasty of the New Kingdom. He was only a child when he ascended to the throne, and died tragically very young.

Tutankhamun’s tomb was discovered in November 1922 by archaeologists Howard Carter and the fifth Earl of Carnarvon. It was one of the most important archaeological events of the 20th century, as the contents of the tomb provided an unequalled insight into royal funerary practices, art and craftsmanship of the period. The Boy King’s burial mask remains a popular symbol of this landmark discovery.  

A striking home ornament celebrating ancient royal history.

  • Product Code: CMCN453110
  • Product Weight: 1.22Kg
  • Theme: Ancient Egypt
  • Dimensions: H18 x W10 x L6.5cm
  • Material: British gypsum plaster
  • Details: Made in England
  • Postage Weight: 1.45 Kg

A small sculpture inspired by the mask of Tutankhamun - an ancient Egyptian pharaoh - in the British Museum. The sculpture measures approximately 19cm x 12cm and may be used a book end (it has one flat side). <br> <br> Tutankhamun's tomb, with contents including his burial mask, was discovered in November 1922 by the archaeologists Howard Carter and the fifth Earl of Carnarvon. This was one of the most important archaeological events of the century: Tutankhamun's tomb was the the only tomb dating from Egypt&#8217;s New Kingdom (c1550&#8211;1069 BC) to have been found substantially intact. The contents provided an unequalled insight into royal funerary practices, art and craftsmanship of the period. Tutankhamun's burial mask remains a popular symbol of this landmark discovery.<br> <br> Exclusive to the British Museum, this inspired piece is made in England by Revival Arts of Bath. <br> <br> <a href="http://bit.ly/TSmXjf" target="_blank" title="Read more about Tutankhamun here" class="linkarrow">Read more about Tutankhamun here<span class="arrow"></span></a>

Exclusive to the British Museum, a replica bust of the most well-known ancient Egyptian pharaoh, Tutankhamun.

This gypsum plaster bust is a reproduction of an original sculpture housed in the British Museum, and features one flat side which lends it to use as a bookend.

Tutankhamun ruled ancient Egypt c.1336-1327 BC during the 18th Dynasty of the New Kingdom. He was only a child when he ascended to the throne, and died tragically very young.

Tutankhamun’s tomb was discovered in November 1922 by archaeologists Howard Carter and the fifth Earl of Carnarvon. It was one of the most important archaeological events of the 20th century, as the contents of the tomb provided an unequalled insight into royal funerary practices, art and craftsmanship of the period. The Boy King’s burial mask remains a popular symbol of this landmark discovery.  

A striking home ornament celebrating ancient royal history.

  • Product Code: CMCN453110
  • Product Weight: 1.22Kg
  • Theme: Ancient Egypt
  • Dimensions: H18 x W10 x L6.5cm
  • Material: British gypsum plaster
  • Details: Made in England
  • Postage Weight: 1.45 Kg
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