Bird Goddess Candle Holder
For a little ancient flair
The Egyptian mythology says, the Bennu was self-created and played a role in the creation of the world. It was said to be a part of the soul of Ra, the famous sun god himself. Bennu was also a symbol of rebirth and therefore associated with Osiris.
Bennu was probably worshipped at Heliopolis, one of the oldest cities of ancient Egypt.
This beautiful statue is inspired by an ancient Egypt cult and shows the bird goddess Bennu sitting on a podium with two bowls in her hand, which can hold two candles.
It makes a wonderful decoration wherever you put it.
Can also be used as a bookend (better without burning candles though).
The carefully painted colors are black and gold, giving the statue a classic and ancient look.
Limited Quantity. We sell out often.
Consider buying two or more.
This candle holder is the perfect gift for a history interested person or everybody who appreciates some classic, antique flair in their home.
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- Colors: Black and Gold
- Style: Egyptian Goddess
- Package Size: 36cm x 25cm x 30cm / 17in x 9.84in x 11.81in
- Package Weight: 1,5kg / 31 lb
- We do not ship to APO, FPO address