Egyptian Art for the Animal Lover

Many animals were held in high regard in ancient Egyptian culture. The ruins of countless temples and The Pharaoh's Royal Egyptian Hound Statue: Anubistombs are carved with everything from depictions of waterbirds to gazelles and jackals. The mummified remains of cats are commonly found in tombs, and several deities were represented by animals ranging from crafty jackals to Zen-like cats, and swift falcons. The rich wildlife of the Nile Delta was the inspiration for featuring animals in everything from Egyptian writing to various types art and that tendency lives on in modern  Egyptian home decor.

Whether you like animals or not, you won't help but be impressed by the Pharaoh's Royal Egyptian Hound Statue. This stunning sculpture shows a royal Egyptian hunting dog alert and ready to take to the game-filled marshes of the Nile Delta. Painted in bright faux silver and gold and around three feet in length, this sculpture is a stunning addition to any room. Use one or even two to flank your front hallway and make guests feel like they are walking into the palace of the Pharaoh!

For people who adore everything feline, you can't wrong in giving them a statue of Bastet, the Egyptian Cat Goddess. This elegant statue is modeled after an actual ancient Egyptian cat sarcophagus and is painted in rich faux silver and gold.

Save 20% on these beautiful items, Egyptian tables, and Egyptian home decor until Monday, January 21st!

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