Plaster Plaque: Birds in Papyrus Swamp

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Plaster cast of a limestone relief from the Upper Temple of the funerary complex of Userkaf - Egypt, 5th Dynasty. Birds identified as Sacred Ibis, Pied Kingfisher, Night Heron, Purple Gallinule, Striped hoopoe, and European Kingfisher.

Measures approximately 11 x 9.75-inches.

This beautiful plaque is produced by a revival workshop in Bath, England and each piece is hand cast and finished by a team of craftsmen using traditional methods and the finest British Gypsum plaster.