Lifesize Free Custom Famous Ancient Bronze Egyptian Statues of Standing WomanJason2023-07-20T03:10:23-04:00
Lifesize Free Custom Famous Ancient Bronze Egyptian Statues of Standing Woman
This beautiful woman looks a little bit better and doesn’t look very happy. If you like figure sculptures very much, then you can take a look at our bronze Egyptian statues of standing woman, put them in your home, make it be a very good home decoration. Our bronze sculptures are very delicate, and even the clothes of the figures are very carefully cast.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
Egyptian Statues of Standing Woman Details Description:
Egyptian statues are a kind of art with a long history
The Egyptians made some fine wooden sculptures and many well-made ones. Many of them are portraits, such as our Egyptian statues of standing woman. Family scenes, depictions of everyday life, and group scenes of individuals working in fields or on boats. The reliefs show activities such as hunting, farming, and fighting. Egyptian statues are a kind of art with a long history. One of the world’s oldest metal statues is of a 4,000-year-old pharaoh named Pepi I. One of the most evocative Egyptian sculptures is the purple yew wood of the Queen Mother, made during the reign of Ockendon. Pouting lips and slanting eyes indicate pride, contempt, and boredom. We also have many Egyptian sculptures for you to choose from besides the Egyptian statues of standing woman. We also have a lot of sculptures for sale that you can choose from. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact Aongking.
Egyptian statues of standing woman
What was the purpose of Egyptian statues?
Egyptian statues served multiple purposes in ancient Egyptian society, and their significance evolved over time. Many statues represented gods and goddesses and were placed in temples and sanctuaries as objects of worship. Egyptians believed that these statues housed the essence or ka of the deity they depicted, and offerings and rituals were performed before them. Large statues of pharaohs and rulers were erected to celebrate their achievements and to assert their authority. These statues often depicted the pharaoh in a majestic or divine manner, emphasizing their connection to gods and their right to rule… Aongking can custom any sculpture for you.