I produced this piece myself. 'Somebody had to do it!' I used a wet-sand mould, lined with bronze-powders, before then filling with black resin. This was during circa 1972 and when I was still a teenaged school child. I consider MYSELF to be vintage, therefore so is this item... (smile)
I hope that you will think it as decorative as I have, and was not a bad attempt for a mere novice & young artist!
The panel depicts the anthropomorphic Egyptian god Ptah, the universal creator; it was he who conceived the notion of mankind and all other living beings, and it was his world which brought them into existence. Other gods were immanent in him, merely members of his body. The asexual god Atum, for example, being only the heart and tongue of Ptah. Atum is depicted in the foreground of this panel, being embraced by Ptah.
The bronze-powders that I used enables the item to be polished, however it has a wonderful age-related patina all of its own and with slight iridescent tones when held and moved in natural light. It is free standing and could be wall displayed if mounted or fitted with a suitable fixing for hanging purposes, as it is lightweight for its size. It is a good solid piece and without damage.
It is also of course totally unique.
Dimensions: 10 x 7.5 x 0.25 inches thick Postage weight: 1k 700gms
Item ID: JJ285
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