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Sekhmet Egyptian Goddess Plush Doll

Sorry, but Stuffe & Nonsense are no longer able to take any orders. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Sekhmet Egyptian Goddess Plush Doll

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See all of our Our Handmade Plush Dolls at the index page.

 
Stuffe & Nonsense are no longer operating and cannot accept orders. Pages for the plush figures we made are still online for reference. If you bought from us in the past, Thank You! We hope you have enjoyed the soft sculpture art.

The lion-headed Egyption goddess wears a head-dress of a male lion's mane and genuine Egyptian mummy beads. She's an 18 tall jointed doll of short dense wool, alpaca or German synthetic plush. Details of fabric, costume and jewelry vary.

Sekhmet is Ra's destroyer and avenger, a warrior goddess. Warrior goddesses aren't all that uncommon, actually, since even Ishtar (Astarte) had a warlike aspect as well as being a love goddess. Sekhmet is a woman with the head of a lioness. She wears a wig headdress, which we've interpreted as the mane of a male lion, giving an idea of Sekhmet's ferocity. Amenhotep III was a devotee of Sekhmet, and erected about 700 statues of her in his temples (365 standing and 365 seated: one each for each day of the year). Several of these are now in the British Museum, where you might turn any corner and come face-to-face with Sekhmet.

For more about Sekhmet and other Egyptian gods, visit our Egyptian Gods page.

Stuffe & Nonsense Stuffemal plush dolls and animal character figures are original soft sculpture designs, individually hand crafted in California by the Stuffe Staff. Due to medical issues and other priorities we no longer make plush toys and have left the web images live just for reference. If you already have one of our creations, we hope you treasure it. Sorry, but we do not know of anyone doing similar work.

Construction and material details vary depending on our design goals for the character involved and the materials on hand. The plush figures are constructed of mohair, wool, alpaca or high-quality synthetic faux fur. Clothing and costume are also hand-made by Stuffe & Nonsense; jewelry and props are from diverse sources. Stuffe & Nonsense Stuffemals often use glass eyes or small parts and are not suitable for young children.