Depicted in the ancient Papyrus of Ani, the Weighing of the Heart ceremony was presided over by Anubis, the Egyptian god of death. In our Egyptian statue, the heart is placed on scales opposite Maat’s feather of truth, hoping to be worthy of the afterlife. Imaginatively sculpted with Egyptian symbols and meanings, our Egyptian god sculpture is cast in quality designer resin and hand-painted in a polished basalt finish with antiqued gold accents to highlight every detail. Rich in symbolism, this work of Egyptian art created exclusively for Design Toscano invokes the historical traditions uncovered in the archeology of ritual. 10″Wx3½ “Dx10″H. 1 lb.
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Papyrus of Ani – Commonly known as the Book of the Dead depicts this scene of Anubis, the Egyptian god of death, performing the weighting of the heart ceremony to determine if the soul is worthy of the afterlife
Rich Symbolism – No Egyptian collection is complete without this imaginative sculpt. The jackal god is shown weighing the heart of the deceased opposite Maat’s feather of truth in beautiful detail in this unique work of art
High Quality Statue – Hand-cast using real crushed stone bonded with durable designer resin, our Anubis Weighing the Heart Statue is then hand painted in shades of black basalt and antique gold
Design Toscano Egyptian – Exclusive to the Design Toscano Brand, this Anubis Statue makes a unique addition to your Egyptian collection, it also makes a great gift for anyone with a fascination for ancient Egypt
Our Egyptian God Anubis Weighing of the Heart Statue measures 10″Wx3. 5″Dx10″H and weighs 1 lb.