Ancient Egyptians believed cats to be the embodiment of Bastet, the goddess of the sun s warmth and life-giving power. Cats were so revered that they were often mummified upon death and buried in cat-shaped sarcophagi. The over-sized sarcophagus is a replica modeled after a museum piece from the reign of Queen Twosret, the final Pharaoh of the 19th dynasty. This large-scale, display-quality indoor sculpture of the goddess of joy and protector of women transforms any home bar, entertainment area or recreation room into something truly magnificent! The highly-detailed, quality designer resin indoor reproduction is hand-painted in the rich silver and gold of the Egyptian palette.
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