Jackal Canopic Jar with the head of Anubis God handmade of black basalt by Egyptian hands located at Luxor. A unique piece of decoration contains the flavor of the past with the vintage beauty of patterns and curves on the body of the jar. The jar is made of a size of around 43 H, 20 W, 22 L centimeter. Our products are fully handmade; each piece is one-of-a-kind. Thus, maybe there will be a slight change in the item size.
The Egyptian Canopic Jars, known as the four sons of Horus, are the famous ancient Egyptian jars used earlier during the mummification process. At the infancy stage of mummification process, the jars were used to contain the organs of the dead person. They were believed to protect the organs of the deceased. In the early dynasty, the jars were made with flat heads, and then it took a shape of a human face.
Sometimes it was shaped as kings’ heads. Lastly, each jar was getting a different head; the father's head, Horus, in the falcon-headed jar. The rest three heads were Horus’ sons; the jackal-headed, the baboon-headed alongside with the human-headed. Shop your jar now and get a door to door shipping with lifetime guarantee and easy return policies if needed.