Hieroglyphics Crêpe de Chine Scarf

£48.00
SKU: BODS-101010

In 1922 Howard Carter and his team discovered the tomb of the young king Tutankhamun at Luxor. It was the first known intact royal burial from ancient Egypt, and preserved a wealth of ritual items and objects from the king’s life – flowers and fruit as well as gold... 


A black on cream silk crêpe de chine scarf featuring hieroglyphics and other distinctive icons of ancient Egyptian calligraphy. The scarf features the eye of Horus, the goddess Bastet, lotus flowers and other symbols.


  • Size: 1500 x 350mm
  • Made from silk crêpe de chine

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