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Egyptian Goddess of Halwan Wall Sculpture
 
Make a provocative design statement with this richly ornamented goddess sculpture, embellished with royal hues and distinctive style. Our mysterious and intriguing wall statue is finely sculpted, from her beaded hair to her feathered wings, then cast in designer resin and hand-painted in the Egyptian palette. Our over-yard-wide wall sculpture is a not-to-be-forgotten work above a sofa, bed, or when paired with other period replicas. This large-scale, display-quality indoor sculpture transforms any home bar, entertainment area or recreation room into something truly magnificent!

46"Wx5"Dx18½"H. 16 lbs.
 
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Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Excellent dramatic piece that seems to welcome and oversee our theater. The piece is just a little small for our use, but it is beautiful and exceeds our expectations in all other ways. We painted our theater walls black, and painted the ceiling dark blue, Between the wall and ceiling is a soffet, painted gold, that extends from the upper walll and is lighted upward toward the ceiling. The intervening wall is painted red. So, the colors on this piece go perfectly over the screen. August 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by This a great piece of Egyptian Art! I have this beautiful piece over my Horus Table. It is now a part of my Toscano Wall. However, It first arrived with a broken hand. I just called Toscano and almost the next day another one had arrived in all it's beauty without any defects. April 17, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by This product is beautiful but has a flaw. I have this hung now and it looks great on my wall. Hanger openings are NOT level on the back. One opening is a minute fraction lower than the other. IIt is very visible when you look at the back. This means it is not entirely level when hung. Although it is a minute fraction I can see it. I must say the object can be of great beauty but it loses its complete perfection based on the manufacturer not making sure the holes are on a equal level in the back. Plus the hole to insert the hook needs to be deeper from the top. This assures its stability to the wall. The bottom opening for the hook was quite deep, so why is not the top portion? I am nervous now about acquiring other pieces since this is the second product I have purchased that seems to have problems with its wall attachment. August 13, 2012
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