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  • Archangel Raguel

    Archangel Raguel

    R1,795.00
    Archangel Raguel Statue

    Archangel Raguel Bronze Coloured Statue known as the Angel of Justice

    Dimensions : 370mm x 200mm

    Archangel Raguel

    R1,795.00
    Archangel Raguel Statue

    Archangel Raguel Bronze Coloured Statue known as the Angel of Justice

    Dimensions : 370mm x 200mm

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  • Archangel Uriel

    Archangel Uriel

    R1,795.00
    Archangel Uriel Bronze Coloured Statue

    Archangel Uriel also known as the Angel of Wisdom

    Dimensions : 370mm x 200mm

    Archangel Uriel

    R1,795.00
    Archangel Uriel Bronze Coloured Statue

    Archangel Uriel also known as the Angel of Wisdom

    Dimensions : 370mm x 200mm

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  • Cream Buddha

    Cream Buddha

    R655.00
    Cream Buddha

    Dimensions : 230mm x 290mm

    Cream Buddha

    R655.00
    Cream Buddha

    Dimensions : 230mm x 290mm

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  • Dragon with Light

    Dragon with Light

    R1,850.00
    Dragon with Light

    Dimensions: 420mm x 300mm

     

    Dragon with Light

    R1,850.00
    Dragon with Light

    Dimensions: 420mm x 300mm

     

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  • Egyptian Cats - Bast

    Egyptian Cats – Bast

    R250.00

    Egyptian Cat Statue

    Egyptians believed cats were magical creatures, capable of bringing good luck to the people who housed them. Cats were praised for killing venomous snakes and protecting the Pharaoh. And to honor these treasured pets they were dressed in jewels and fed them treats fit for royalty and when they died they were mummified.

    Egyptian Cats – Bast

    R250.00

    Egyptian Cat Statue

    Egyptians believed cats were magical creatures, capable of bringing good luck to the people who housed them. Cats were praised for killing venomous snakes and protecting the Pharaoh. And to honor these treasured pets they were dressed in jewels and fed them treats fit for royalty and when they died they were mummified.

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  • Egyptian Statue

    Egyptian Statue

    R450.00

    Description:
    Ancient Egyptian art is the painting, sculpture, architecture and other arts produced by the civilization of ancient Egypt in the lower Nile Valley from about 3000 BC to 30 AD. Ancient Egyptian art reached a high level in painting and sculpture and was both highly stylized and symbolic.

    Dimensions:
    Weight: 0.48 kg
    Height: 24 cm

    Egyptian Statue

    R450.00

    Description:
    Ancient Egyptian art is the painting, sculpture, architecture and other arts produced by the civilization of ancient Egypt in the lower Nile Valley from about 3000 BC to 30 AD. Ancient Egyptian art reached a high level in painting and sculpture and was both highly stylized and symbolic.

    Dimensions:
    Weight: 0.48 kg
    Height: 24 cm

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  • Anubis Egyptian God

    Egyptian Statue- Anubis

    R750.00

    Anubis Egyptian Statue

    Anubis is the God of Death, Mummification, Embalming, the Afterlife, Cemeteries, Tombs and the Underworld. Anubis’s head has been discovered as the Egyptian canid, the African Golden Wolf. He was the protector of the graves and cemeteries. He also guided individuals across the threshold from the world of the living to the afterlife.

    Egyptian Statue- Anubis

    R750.00

    Anubis Egyptian Statue

    Anubis is the God of Death, Mummification, Embalming, the Afterlife, Cemeteries, Tombs and the Underworld. Anubis’s head has been discovered as the Egyptian canid, the African Golden Wolf. He was the protector of the graves and cemeteries. He also guided individuals across the threshold from the world of the living to the afterlife.

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  • Egyptian Statue - Cat

    Egyptian Statue- Cat

    R225.00

    Egyptian Cat Statue

    Egyptians believed cats were magical creatures, capable of bringing good luck to the people who housed them. Cats were praised for killing venomous snakes and protecting the Pharaoh. And to honor these treasured pets they were dressed in jewels and fed them treats fit for royalty and when they died they were mummified.

    Egyptian Statue- Cat

    R225.00

    Egyptian Cat Statue

    Egyptians believed cats were magical creatures, capable of bringing good luck to the people who housed them. Cats were praised for killing venomous snakes and protecting the Pharaoh. And to honor these treasured pets they were dressed in jewels and fed them treats fit for royalty and when they died they were mummified.

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  • Egyptian Statue Gold Horus

    Egyptian Statue- Gold Horus

    R1,395.00

    Egyptian Statue- Horus

    Horus is believed to be the God of War and God of the Sky, he is the son of Isis and Osiris. When Horus was in battle with Seth, Seth damaged Horus’s eye, dividing it into six pieces. Once his eye was restored it became known as the Eye of Horus, the six pieces represent the six senses, which included thought as a sense.

     

    Egyptian Statue- Gold Horus

    R1,395.00

    Egyptian Statue- Horus

    Horus is believed to be the God of War and God of the Sky, he is the son of Isis and Osiris. When Horus was in battle with Seth, Seth damaged Horus’s eye, dividing it into six pieces. Once his eye was restored it became known as the Eye of Horus, the six pieces represent the six senses, which included thought as a sense.

     

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  • Egyptian Statue - Horus

    Egyptian Statue- Horus

    R1,395.00

    Egyptian Statue- Horus

    Horus is believed to be the God of War and God of the sky, he is the son of Isis and Osiris. When Horus was in battle with Seth, Seth damaged Horus’s eye, dividing it into six pieces. Once his eye was restored it became known as the Eye of Horus, the six pieces represent the six senses, which included thought as a sense.

    Egyptian Statue- Horus

    R1,395.00

    Egyptian Statue- Horus

    Horus is believed to be the God of War and God of the sky, he is the son of Isis and Osiris. When Horus was in battle with Seth, Seth damaged Horus’s eye, dividing it into six pieces. Once his eye was restored it became known as the Eye of Horus, the six pieces represent the six senses, which included thought as a sense.

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  • Egyptian Statue- Pharaoh

    Egyptian Statue- Pharaoh

    R595.00

    Egyptian Statue- Pharaoh

    Egyptian Statue- Pharaoh

    R595.00

    Egyptian Statue- Pharaoh

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  • Egyptian Statue - Tutankhamun

    Egyptian Statue- Tutankhamun

    R1,695.00

    Egyptian Statue- Tutankhamun

    Tutankhamun was an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh who was the last of his royal family to rule. He took the throne at the young age of 8 or 9 years old and lived until he was 19 years old. His rule was notable for reversing the tumultuous religious reforms of his father, Pharaoh Akhenaten.

    Egyptian Statue- Tutankhamun

    R1,695.00

    Egyptian Statue- Tutankhamun

    Tutankhamun was an ancient Egyptian Pharaoh who was the last of his royal family to rule. He took the throne at the young age of 8 or 9 years old and lived until he was 19 years old. His rule was notable for reversing the tumultuous religious reforms of his father, Pharaoh Akhenaten.

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