Klimt Egyptian Condor bangle - Museum Shop Collection
Inspired by a ceiling painting at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna 1889/1890
The decorative motif of vultures was originally reserved for royal tombs. Vultures personify the lands and crown of Upper Egypt. This painting is based on the representation found in the tomb of the vizier Bakenrenef in Saqqara from the 26th Dynasty (ca. 650 B.C.).
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Materials: brass with gold finish and epoxy.
Made in the U.S.A.