Canopic Jar of Quebehsenuef, Egyptian Statue

Item# E-187SP
Your Cost$ 54.00

Canopic jars were used in Ancient Egypt for the process of mummification. Organs that were deemed necessary for the afterlife were placed in the jars for safekeeping. Each jar was reserved for a different organ and was decorated with the head of a demi-god. The jar that held the intestines was decorated with the falcon-headed god, Quebehsenuef. It was protected by the goddess, Selket.  

This hand painted jar is an artistic interpretation of original jars found in ancient Egypt. This piece measures 8.5 inches high, 4.5 inches wide, and 4.5 inches deep.

  • Colorful canopic jar of Quebehsenuef
  • Made of bonded stone
  • Measures 8.5 x 4.5 x 4.5 
  • Weighs about 3 pounds 

This item's design originates from Egypt and has been created using manufacturing processes in China. It is designed to replicate the antique style of original artifacts. With a little help from modern machinery, we are pleased to offer you treasures from the past that can be displayed right in your home. 

This item may feature slight variation in color, details, and overall appearance. Imperfections and surface cracks add to the unique artistry of each piece and are intentional aspects of its design. This piece is not designed for food storage and is meant for display only

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