Royal hand-crafted Egyptian Papyrus, Bright color, Handmade Embroidered art, “Horus Wedjat Eye”, Protection symbolism, Perfect sized 100x70 cm.
• Handcrafted Egyptian royal Papyrus, planted along the Nile River in a shallow freshwater.
• Flexible, strong and easy rolled papyrus, so it can be used for multiple usages as a decoration wall hanging portrait, souvenir or as a gift for a friend.
• Embroidered silk threads for better details and high value.
• Horus Wedjat Eye is a symbol of protection and sacrifice. Horus the Falcon-headed God lost his left eye in his war with Seth to avenge the death of his father.
• Hours Eye is owned by the Egyptian to bring protection and safety for its owners against and evil spirit.
• Horus the falcon-headed God was one of the most significant ancient Egyptian rulers. He was the child of Osiris and Isis, the Divine couple.
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. He was falcon-headed God. He was mainly God of the sky, whose eyes were the sun and the moon. He was believed to be a Divine couple of Osiris and Isis son. Horus avenged his father's death in a great battle at Edfu, in which he lost his left eye.
High quality embroidered piece by silk threads is fully handcrafted by talented Egyptian hands. It is flawlessly embroidered to reflect the tiny details of the historical scene and keep the lasting value of it as an everlasting sign of protection and safety.
Our papyrus is Royal and different from any papyrus in the market. Thus, we have a license from the Government to follow the same process of planting it as Ancient Egyptian. The thick reeds of the papyrus plant are cut into equal lengths strips, which were laid side by side at a right angle. One layer is laid horizontally over the other and pressure is applied to them for two weeks to produce dark-colored Papyrus.
|Paper Size||100 x 70 Cm|