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King Tut Cartouche Egyptian Sculptural Wall Frieze
 
Replicating the historic cartouche of the boy king
Open fretwork, Egyptian hieroglyphs and brilliant colors re-create the extraordinary artistry and images of ancient Egypt. Based upon the Cedar chair found by Howard Carter in King Tutankhamun's Antechamber, our wall frieze is a representation of Heh, god of Eternity, kneeling and carrying the ankh symbol. Cast in designer resin, this historically powerful wall frieze is painstakingly hand-painted in the bright tones and faux golden accents of the Egyptian palette to delight the senses as well as the mind. This Design Toscano exclusive large-scale, display-quality indoor wall sculpture transforms any home bar, entertainment are or recreation room into something truly magnificent!

31"Wx2½"Dx35½"H. 34 lbs.
 
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CL2655
Rated 5 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The Impact is surprisingly vivid. Heavy piece. The item is striking in its definition and colors. Adds greatly to our King Tut sarcophagus and other items from Toscano and others that we have used in our home theater. August 26, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stunning Wall Frieze I was literally stunned when I opened up the box containing this Tutankhamen Cartouche Sculptural Wall Frieze - stunned in a very good way. Even though I knew the measurements of the piece from the Design Toscano Website, I was nevertheless shocked by its size and weight. It is large but very impressive with rich gold paint, lots of beautiful hieroglyphs, and a royal-looking Tutankhamen proudly seated in the center. This is a great piece, and I'm seriously thinking about getting the other version of it - the Royal Cartouche Sculptural Wall Frieze. Be sure to have two people when hanging it - it's pretty heavy and requires a solid mounting. I definitely recommend this product. March 1, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cartouche Frieze Purchased both this one and the throne frieze, both are above my expectations, I get numeroius comments on them when people come into the dining room January 24, 2013
Rated 0 out of 5 by Takes egyptian decor to a higher finess-allow for color variations. August 4, 2008
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