An exquisite alabaster perfume jar from the tomb of Tutankhamun in the Cairo Museum. Found between the two outer shrines of Tutankhamun's burial was this perfume vase, made of four pieces of alabaster cemented together
Throne of Princess Satamun Embellished with gold and silver foil, this wooden throne comes from the tomb of Yuya and Tuyu, great-grandparents of King Tutankhamun! & the pre-cursor to the french empire & english regency furniture we know & love.
A priestess of Isis meditates by the lotus pool in the Temple of Isis. The lotus was the most sacred flower of ancient Egypt for upon it the Sun God RA was born when the first lotus reached out from the mud and opened its petals.