Handmade item Dimensions: 4.1 in height, 2.36 in Width, 1.77 in Depth 10.5 cm height, 6 cm Width. 4.5 cm Depth Ships Worldwide from Egypt. Please provide us with your phone number when you order as it's required by our courier. --- Here is an interesting story! Ancient egytians used jars to hold mummified remains. During the mummification process the organs of the human body were removed and preserved separately in canopic jars. Each organ of the human body was placed in a special jar with a top representing an animal or human head. And only the heart was left inside the body as the Egyptians believed that in the afterlife it would be weighed to see whether the person had led a good life. And so, The Canopic Jars were decorated with the heads of the four sons of Horus. Each canopic jar guarded a different organ: 1. Imsety had a human head, protected the liver. 2. Qebehsenuf had the head of a falcon and guarded the intestines. 3. Hapy had a baboon head protected the lungs. 4. Duamatef had the head of a jackal, and guarded the stomach. The four canopic jars were put into a special chest which went into the tomb with the mummy. We love delivering you the historic story behind each of our products. The canopic jars are uniquely sculpted by skilled local craftsmen in Egypt. The lid is removable. Perfect for display storage at a home, gallery or at office. The jars are hand engraved and sculpted by skillful local Egyptian handcrafters.
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