Gustav Klimt (1862-1918) painted this female representing Egyptian Art before a background of hieroglyphics, images of the gods Horus and Thoth, and the goddess Nekhbet’s vulture. In her right hand she holds an ankh which was the Egyptian hieroglyphic symbol for life.
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Materials: brass with gold finish and epoxy. Diameter is 2 5/8" and band width is 1 1/4".