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Mummy Shop Catalog | Figurines and Statues
An excellent coffin finished in gold and turquise. The bottom is lined with black suede. This product consists of three parts: coffin, the lid with Tutankhamun design and a natural looking mummy, that can be removed from the coffin.Cast in resin, hand painted.Dimensions: 18 cm (7") long. Click here for a larger image.
Large Tutankhamun coffin, beautifully finished in gold, red and black. This item consists of three parts: coffin, the lid with Tutankhamun's image and a covered mummy that can be easily removed.Cast in resin.One of the largest available with 21cm (8-1/4") in length. Click here for a larger image.
A beautiful Anubis coffin with a removable mummy inside. This product consists of three parts: coffin, the top with Anubis design and the mummy. Cast in resin, finished in gold with black hieroglyphic inscriptions.Dimensions - 22.5cm (8.5") long. Click here to see the opened coffin
A superb Tutankhamun coffin with a removable mummy inside. Cast in resin, bronze and old gold finish.Dimensions: 12cm (4 3/4") long. Click here to see the opened coffin
Coffins in Egyptian times were highly decorated with inscriptions and representations of gods like Anubis, who it was thought would protect the dead person on the journey to the next world. The body would be mummified before it was placed into the wooden coffin, as it had to be preserved to reach the afterlife.Not suitable for children under 3 years of age,Bronze plated white metalDimensions: 60mm x 10mm x 15mm Click here for a larger picture
Medium sized obelisk engraved with hieroglyphs. Cast in resin, bronze finish.Dimensions: 40mm x 230mm x 40mm Click here for a larger picture
Horus-headed canopic jar cast in resin. Bronze effect.Canopic jars were used in Ancient Egypt to contain the internal organs of people being removed during mummification.Dimensions: 64mm x 135mm x 61mm Click here for a larger picture
A nice canopic jar featuring Qebehsenuef (also known as Qebsenuef). He was one of the four sons of Horus. Quebehsenuef deity is depicted as a falcon-headed creature on canopic jars; and he is responsible for keeping the intestines of the dead. Click here for a larger image.
A plastic coffin recreated in the finest detail. Contains a wonderful, naturally looking mummy that can be removed from the coffin and even put on its feet.A great toy for kids but also looks good as an ornament. Moulded in plastic.Made in France.Dimensions: approximately 9.5cm (3-3/4") in length. Click here for a larger image.