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Category Listing - Egyptian Stuffe

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Abydos Triad of Osorkon II
Abydos Triad of Osorkon II

Amun Egyptian God
Amun Egyptian God

Amun-Re Egyptian God
Amun-Re Egyptian God

Anubis Attending a Sarcophagus
Anubis Attending a Sarcophagus

Anubis Coffin with Mummy
Anubis Coffin with Mummy

Anubis Coffin with Mummy, Large
Anubis Coffin with Mummy, Large

Anubis Coffin with Mummy, White, Large
Anubis Coffin with Mummy, White, Large

Anubis Egyptian God, Rejoicing
Anubis Egyptian God, Rejoicing

Anubis Enthroned, Small
Anubis Enthroned, Small

Anubis Jackal in Bronze-tone, Large
Anubis Jackal in Bronze-tone, Large

Anubis Jackal on Platform
Anubis Jackal on Platform

Anubis Jackal on Scarab
Anubis Jackal on Scarab

Anubis Jackal on Shrine
Anubis Jackal on Shrine

Anubis Jackal on Shrine, Basalt
Anubis Jackal on Shrine, Basalt

Anubis Jackal, Golden, Small
Anubis Jackal, Golden, Small

Anubis Jackal, Medium
Anubis Jackal, Medium

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Stuffe & Nonsense carry a variety of Egyptian-style figurines, boxes and other decorative objects. They're mostly resin castings, and usually models of antique originals. Most of the figurines are also brightly painted just as the Egyptian originals were painted when they were new. The bare stone and aged patina that we appreciate on antiquities was not at all what the people of the time wanted -- they wanted colors! The tombs and temples were painted using mineral pigments that change little over time, so a well-restored tomb like that of Seti I or Nefertari is a very brightly decorated space. Ancient temples and statues were subject to more weathering and seldom have more than hints of color left now.

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