Black Ankh Wall Plaque
Do come in, adventurer. I have something to show you. Gaze upon it: the Black Ankh of the Theban Necropolis, a wall sculpture and ersatz relic unearthed from deep beneath the sands of time.
For the ancient Egyptians, the ankh was the divine symbol of life. But it was not for irony's sake that they decorated their tombs and necropoleis with the symbol. They understood the ankh, and indeed "life," to incorporate both mortal existence and the afterlife.
My ornate 16" ankh yearns for a place on your castle wall. It was sculpted with meticulous attention to detail, cast in museum quality resin, and hand-painted for your undying satisfaction.
8½" W x 1" D x 16" H. 3 lbs. Available only in the continental US.