Ancient Egyptian Princess Head Sculpture

Made of polymer

10" (26 cm)

Item No.

Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Egyptian Pharaohs (3000 BC - 4th century B.C.)

This Item is an Identical Museum Reproduction

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Ancient Egyptian Princess Head Sculpture. One of the most original work of the Amarna sculptors are the heads of princesses who stand out by their lengthened skull shape. These heads are evidence of the new art direction under Akhenaten. Original: Egyptian Museum, Cairo. Egypt, New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty, around 1350 BC polymer poured museum replica with limestone base.
Polymer is a heavy and very strong type of resin material that captures perfectly the details of the casting. The advantages of polymer when compared to concrete, cast stone, and cement are that it is far less fragile and much more resistant.
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