Artistic statue of King Tut's mask meticulously hand-carved from wood by passionate artisans in Luxor also known as Thebes in ancient times. Order now and adorn your home with this authentic King Tut Musk wooden statue, handmade by local Egyptian artists, celebrating one of Egypt’s most infamous kings. An awe-inspiring collectible antique or decor statement piece, capturing the royal, mighty spirit of inarguably the most infamous pharaoh of ancient Egypt.
King Tut was an 8-year-old child when he inherited the throne, which is why he was called the “boy king” At birth, he was called Toutankhaton, meaning ‘living image of Aton’, and subsequently he changed his name to Tutankhamun, meaning ‘living image of Amon’, once he ascended the throne as a way of reflecting his religious beliefs and affirming his allegiance to the Theban god Amon.
He was known as the boy king, dying at the young age of 19 but leaving behind a tomb full of mysteries and treasures that would astound and mystify the world. The greatest and most iconic treasure was King Tut’s death mask, containing more than 20 pounds of gold.