Egyptian Marketplace - Treasures of King Tut

Tut's  Treasures

Egyptian Marketplace offers all the treasures of King Tut's tomb as full-scale, quality crafted replicas. Artisans have made close studies of the originals in order to make accurate replicas. These are sure to be the highest quality and most authentic replicas of the treasures from King Tut's tomb available. A full catalog of treasures from King Tut's tomb is available upon request. Mention that you found us through the Internet to your sales associate and receive 10% off your purchase.

King Tut on a Leopard - #TR4101 - $800.00
Polymer with gold leaf details
King Tut is shown on the back of a leopard and wearing the crown of Upper Egypt. In his hand he holds the straight staff reserved for pharaohs.

King Tut's Golden Throne - #TR4110 - $15,000
Gilden wood with glass, stone, and polymer inlay
This beautiful chair's sides are formed in the shape of a lion and the front panel shows a tender moment between King Tut and his wife. The back panel depicts waterfowl in a papyrus rush.

Ceremonial Wooden Chair - #TR4115 - $3,500

Carved wood with gold leaf details
This chair is adorned with claw-shaped legs, a gold-leafed sundisk and an open work design on the back panel representing the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt.

Perfume Vase - #TR411 - $1,500
Polymer (also available in alabaster)
Originally made of alabaster, this delicate perfume vase is flanked by papyrus reeds and lotus flowers. Two of King Tut's cartouches are painted on the front.

Sarcophagus of King Tut - #TR4113 - $12,000

Polymer with gold leaf and enamel inlay
This, the innermost sarcophagus from King Tut's tomb, held the mummy of King Tut. The tomb depicts the young king wearing the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt and holding the symbolic crook and flail.

Egyptian  Marketplace

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Atlanta, GA 30359

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