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EGYPTIAN DEITY STATUES

A beautiful selection of statues to represent Egyptian Gods and Goddesses.


Ra Statue

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Item #SR456:
Ra Statue

Hand painted in black with embellishments in gold this handsome statue of Ra stands 11" x 6" x 4 1/4".

Our Price $50.95

Thoth Statue

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Item #ST455:
Thoth Statue

Hand painted in black with gold embellishments this statue of Thoth 12 1/2" x 5" x 3".

Our Price $49.95

Anubis Dog Statue

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Item #SA712:
Anubis Dog Statue

A beautiful hand painted, cold cast resin statue depicting Anubis in Jackal form. 9" x 3" x 4 1/2".

Our Price $28.95

Bastet Statue

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Item #SB860:
Bastet Statue

A beautiful solid bronze statue of Bastet in her cat form; highlighted with delicate hand painted embellishments. 9" x 3 1/4" x 5".

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Bastet Feminine Divine Statue

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Item #SB857:
Bastet Feminine Divine Statue

Shown here in her the form of a woman rather than a lion or a domestic cat, the ancient Egyptian goddess Bastet is portrayed as the epitome of the feminine divine. Regarded as a goddess who protected Egypt, its royal family, and its people, Bastet was particularly revered, as were all cats within the land. She was also associated with beauty of movement, agility, strength, caution and other such feline qualities that she was said to embody. In this case, she is imbued with grace and beauty, shown as a lithe woman garbed in the traditional robes and headdress in which she is often portrayed. Standing with her hand on her hip, her skin is jet black in contrast to the gold of her clothing, and the feline eyes that rest beneath two feline ears. Place this 10 1/2", cold cast-resin statue upon your altar and celebrate the goddess to bring the joy and protection she offers into your household.

Our Price $48.95

Horus Statue

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Item #SH541:
Horus Statue

One of the most important Gods of the deities of the ancient Egyptians as well as one of the historically oldest, Horus is the Falcon-headed god of the land of the pyramids. He was revered as the God of the sky, and as such it was said that the moon was his left eye and the sun his right. He is also the Egyptian god of hunting, and war, who warred at length with Set at the instruction of his mother, Isis, who set him to protect Egypt from the lord of the deserts.

Here he is shown as a barrel-chested man with jet-black skin, and the head and face of a Falcon. Upon his head sits a royal Egyptian head dress, as the Pharaoh or king was often identified as having been Horus reborn. Fearsome and sturdy, he is portrayed as the protector, wielding a polearm within his muscled hands. Place him upon your altar or home in reverence and worship, and seek his aid in protecting you and the ones you love.

This statue stands approximately 12" tall and 10" wide at its widest point, and is sculpted beautifully of cold cast resin.

Our Price $50.95

Proud Anubis Statue

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Item #SA540:
Proud Anubis Statue

Perhaps most famously recognized as the Egyptian god with the head of a jackal, Anubis is the ancient Egyptian god of the afterlife. Within ancient Egyptian culture his position among the gods was sacred, and of great importance, as he is the guardian of the dead. Anubis is the patron god of embalmers, who preserve the dead, and is also often viewed as the Lord of the Dead, who guards the scales of the underworld and weighs the heart of the dead against a feather, determining the place of the deceased within the underworld.

Here he is portrayed as a stern figure, with the burly, broad-chested body of a man and the traditional jackal-head, set with a serious expression. With the feet of a jackal, Anubis stands legs are set in a defiant stance implying that none shall get by him - an expression supported by the scowl upon his face and the arms folded across his chest. Hand-painted, his vestments and spear are shown in traditional gold tones while his skin is jet black, leaving a stark impression.

Made of cold cast resin, the statue stands 10 3/4" in height. Place it upon your altar in respect and reverence of the dead, and to remind yourself of the balance we must all seek to achieve in life before our hearts are weighed.

Our Price $48.95

Goddess Isis Statue

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Item #SI542:
Goddess Isis Statue

The Goddess Isis is one of the more famous and popular goddesses of the Ancient Egyptian pantheon, Isis is the wife of Osiris and the mother of Horus. She is often viewed as the ideal mother, as well as the Goddess of magic and nature. Isis is also viewed as a champion for sinners, slaves, and those who are down on their luck, and was revered by the poor and the wealthy alike as the goddess of fertility. As the wife of Osiris, she is also viewed as the protector of children, and the dead, and it was said that the fertility fo the Nile valley sprung from her, with her tears of mourning for Osiris causing the Nile to flood.

Here she is shown as a fierce goddess, beautiful and motherly. Her headdress appears as though it were winged, much as she is often depicted, with the horns of a cow supporting the sun disk at its crown. Clad in traditional robes of gold, her skin is inky black, with her eyes shining gold from a serene expression. Resting within her hands is a shield showing the blossoming of the Nile, representative of the fertility and rebirth she inspires while the scarab on her chest is a symbol of the rebirth of the immortal soul.

Made of cold cast resin, the hand painted statue stands 11" high.

Our Price $47.95

Anubis Statue

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Item #SA717:
Anubis Statue

One of the most widely recognized gods revered by the ancient Egyptians, Anubis is most frequently represented as a man with a black, jackal's head. Within Egyptian mythology, he is known often as the Embalmer, who helps prepare the dead for their journey to the underworld. Of old Anubis was also known to be the guardian of the dead, and the one who weighed the heart of against Ma'at to determine the worthiness of the deceased. As such, he had a prominent role throughout Egyptian history, and was worshiped in various forms into the 2nd century, with the eventual incarnation of Hermanubis even appearing in alchemical and hermetical works.

This statue depicts Anubis in the traditional manner; an upright man with a crook in one hand and the ankh in the other, in the garb of the ancient Egyptians and a golden headdress hanging from his jackal head. Place it upon your altar and celebrate Anubis's stewardship over the dead, or remind yourself that in the end the truth in your heart will be weighed against a feather.

The statue, sculpted of cold cast resin, measures approximately 11 1/2" tall, 3" wide, and 5" deep.

Our Price $42.95

Hathor Statue

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Item #SH971:
Hathor Statue

A striking and reagally posed Hathor with her crown of office and a golden Ankh in her outstretched hand. Cold Cast Resin. 11" x 6" x 5".

Our Price $52.95

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