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1924, France

Regular price
€950,00 EUR
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€950,00 EUR
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Horus was worshiped as a celestial falcon: his right eye was the sun, his left the moon, his speckled feathers were the stars, his wings the air that the wind produces. It is the sky god who spreads his wings over the earth. This box is typical of a movement in Art Deco that was inspired by the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb in 1922. Precious wood box, drawn with fine pyrography lines and polychromed, with repoussé copper ornaments and cabochons. Under the keyhole is a flying scarab that represents the rising sun.

Condition of the object

The state of this object is Good .

excellent: No visible signs of aging

Good: Used, with minimal signs of aging

fair: Used, with visible aging and aging patina

moderate: Significant signs of aging and loss of original structure

Postage costs

Netherlands : Free shipping on all orders.

Europe : Orders up to 5kg: €25. Other orders: €50.

Worldwide: Orders up to 5kg: €50. Other in consultation.

Afmetingen en gewicht

Lengte: 20 cm

Breedte: 20 cm

Hoogte: 11 cm

Gewicht: 850 g

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