A cotton shopper bag featuring the striking image by Harry Burton of a small garland of cornflowers and olive leaves, on the royal insignia of cobra and vulture on the forehead of Tutankhamun’s outer coffin.
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...
- Size when flat: 360mm x 400mm
- Handles: 300mm straight from top of handles to top of bag
- Made in the UK exclusively for the Bodleian Libraries
- 100% organic cotton.