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Large Basalt Bastet Goddess in Cat Form Statue (10 H, 3.5 W, 6 L inches)

  • Order now and own this clever cat Bastet statue, decorated with the sacred ancient Egyptian scarab beetle and the Eye of Ra, meticulously hand-carved and painted.
  • This Bastet statue is hand-carved out of premium basalt stone and painted with a glossy paint for protection and a lustrous finish. 
  • Order now this unique collectable antique, perfect for lovers of ancient Egyptian mythology. Perfect for home alters or as a one of a kind decor statement piece!
  • The fine line work and precise carving is all done by talented small Egyptian families, accurately capturing how Bastet was depicted in Pharaonic murals and reliefs.
  • Own a unique piece of art that not only serves as an awe-inspiring decor piece but also showcases the underappreciated talent of Egyptian craftsmanship in Luxor.
  • Dimensions: approximately 10 H, 3.5 W, 6 L inches (27 H, 9 W, 16 L cm)
Availability: In stock

The ancient Egyptians decorated their homes as well as their temples, tombs and alters with similar statues, paying homage to the great goddess Bastet.

This beautiful statue of the ancient Egyptian Goddess Bastet in her traditional cat form incorporates traditional pharaonic themes, symbols and motifs to magnify the mightiness of Bastet.

Bastet is the goddess of protection. She was also the goddess of domesticity, women's secrets, cats, fertility, and childbirth. She protected the home from evil spirits and disease, especially diseases associated with women and children.

Here we see Bastet in her traditional cat form, with the eye of Ra. This is because she was one of the goddesses who was known as the "eye of Ra" or the "eye of Atum," the sun. She symbolized Ra's feminine counterpart and was sent out to take vengeance on his enemies. The "eye of Ra" was both a part of Ra and a separate being from him. She had life-giving, protective and also destructive capacities.

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