Wedjat Eyes of Horus, Unique Egyptian handcrafted Papyrus, Exclusive piece in our Bazaar, Onyx Stone Powder, Rich Royal paint, sized in 89x51 cm, Perfectly sized for multiple uses, Wall-hanging decoration or a gift or a souvenir.
• Unique Egyptian papyrus, Exclusive in our website, available only in one piece.
• High-quality papyrus of ancient handcrafted for more than 80 years by our talented artists. Its cultivation is the same way of Ancient Egyptian method.
• Full natural paint, Onyx stone powder, a rich valuable paint that is made of crushing Gemstones into powder. It is a royal ancient paint used by ancient Egyptians artists to draw on tombs and temples walls.
• Historical icon, Wedjat Eyes of Horus, which is a symbol of protection and safety.
• Going back with the history, the Wadjat eye of Horus refers back to Horus war against Seth to take revenge to his father.
• Horus was the God of the sky and symbol for protection.
A scene refers to Horus Wedjat eye, on its sides; there are the feather and the snake (cobra). The eye of Horus symbolizes protection. According to the Egyptian myths state that Horus lost his left eye in his war with Seth to avenge the death of his father. That is the reason why his eye became a powerful symbol of protection and truth. The feather on the left side reflects justice and truth. However, the snake (cobra) on the right side symbolizes power and smartness. The scene as a whole is a full image of King Horus and his main characteristics.
Horus was one of the most significant rulers in Ancient Egypt, and he was known as the falcon-headed God. Horus is the son of a Divine couple of Isis and Osiris. He was mainly God of the sky, whose eyes were the sun and the moon.
Unlike any other papyrus you have ever seen, our papyrus is uniquely available in one piece only, as they are handmade from over than 80 years ago. It is made with the same process of ancient Egyptians. It is cultivated and grew in a shallow freshwater by the Nile River. Then, it follows process starting from cutting the thick reeds plant into strips, to rub the sheet with ivory.
For better value and increased appreciation for Papyrus, Artists used onyx stone powder. A full nature paint that is made of crushed natural stones into powder, and then uses it in coloring the scene on the papyrus. Ancient Egyptian artists were using this kind of powder to paint on the walls of the tombs, and temples of kings and queens.
|Paper Size||100 x 70 Cm|