TRONO DE TUTANKAMÓN La pieza original está elaborada en madera estucada, oro y plata laminados, pasta de cristal opaco y piedras semipreciosas.

TRONO DE TUTANKAMÓN La pieza original está elaborada en madera estucada, oro y plata laminados, pasta de cristal opaco y piedras semipreciosas.

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Historia del mueble: el antiguo Egipto (2

Veneered, Gilded and Silver-Plated   Chair from King Tut's Tomb

Veneered, Gilded and Silver-Plated Chair from King Tut's Tomb on display at the "Tutankhamun and the Golden Age of the Pharaohs" exhibit at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, California - Photos property of the de Young Museum, SF

Ancient Egyptian Amulet Necklace with Faience Eye-of-Horus (Circa 200 BC) accented by two 18 karat Yellow Gold Bastet Cats.

Faience Udjat Eye and Gold Bastet Cat Necklace Ancient Egyptian Amulet Necklace with Faience Eye-of-Horus (Circa 200 BC) accented by two 18 .

Funerary bed from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Egyptian Museum, Cairo, Egypt

*EGYPT ~ Funerary bed from the Tomb of Tutankhamun, Egyptian Museum, Cairo,

Ancient Egyptian wood headrest (10.83 inches wide/6.69 inches high/2.95 inches deep). Constructed in three sections. A handwritten inscription to the base reading: ‘Wooden head – rest XVIII – XIX dynasty from Curot, Illahun, Fayum. Egypt. Petrie’  New Kingdom 1550 – 1186 BCE

Constructed in three sections. A handwritten inscription to the base reading: ‘Wooden head – rest XVIII – XIX dynasty from Curot, Illahun, Fayum. Petrie’ New Kingdom 1550 – 1186 BCE

Furnishings in Ancient Egypt (A folding stool from the Tomb of Tutankhamun)

The X frame stool is one of the earliest furniture types. Versions were found in Tutunkhamun’s tomb, Egypt BC

Throne of Princess Satamun  Embellished with gold and silver foil, this wooden throne comes from the tomb of Yuya and Tuyu, great-grandparents of King Tutankhamun.

Throne of Princess Satamun Embellished with gold and silver foil, this wooden throne comes from the tomb of Yuya and Tuyu, great-grandparents of King Tutankhamun! & the pre-cursor to the french empire & english regency furniture we know & love.

In the tombs themselves, the deceased were placed on cow hides or sometimes on bed frames that they had used in life (a sindicated by the wear on the beds). They were dressed in the clothes they would have worn when alive.The main burials in the latest tombs were placed on wooden beds decorated with ivory inlays carved in the shape of local fauna as well as traditional Egyptian motifs.

In the tombs themselves, the deceased were placed on cow hides or sometimes on…

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