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Antique Egyptian Ceremonial "Anubis" Fork | Grand Tour Era (c. 1780-1920s)

Antique Egyptian Ceremonial "Anubis" Fork | Grand Tour Era (c. 1780-1920s)

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This is a finely crafted Ancient Egyptian Ceremonial fork depicting the God Anubis. Designed for ceremonial and funerary purposes, this artifact was clearly protected from the elements before being discovered, making an excellent addition to any art collection!

Anubis, most often depicted with the head of a Jackal, was the Egyptian God of cemeteries and embalming as well as the protector of graves; therefore it makes perfect sense for him to be a central figure in the journey into the afterlife.

This piece was made by local Egyptians for affluent visitors who traveled to Egypt on educational "Grand Tours" of various archaeologically significant sites between 1780-1920s; a time also known as the "Egyptian Revival Period."

This Egyptian ring is attested to as authentic and to have been made in Egypt during the “Grand Tour/Egyptian Revival” era by Mr Matthew Wicks of Ancient Hands, Ltd, and is accompanied by a digitally signed PDF copy of its "Provenance & Ownership" documentation.

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