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Profile image of David BuckDavid Buck is a self-taught artist and sculptor. His current body of work consists of Ancient Egyptian and Celtic stoneware.

Sculpture: 'Egyptian Winged Scarab Ankh (Symbolic Rebirth statuette)'
by David Buck

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Reconstituted Sandstone Insect Sculptures, to include Bees, Ants, Moths, Butterflies etc sculpture by sculptor David Buck titled: 'Egyptian Winged Scarab Ankh (Symbolic Rebirth statuette)'
Reconstituted Sandstone Insect Sculptures, to include Bees, Ants, Moths, Butterflies etc sculpture by sculptor David Buck titled: 'Egyptian Winged Scarab Ankh (Symbolic Rebirth statuette)' - Artwork View 1
Sculpture description:
Ankh Winged Scarab Little sculpture for sale for Indoors Inside On the Wall by the Remarkable David Buck who writes,,,
"This sculpture is designed to be used as a wall mount.

"The Ankh was the Ancient Egyptians symbol of life. It is often shown being offered to the `kings lips` as a symbol of the `breath of life`. Shown with the winged scarab symbolizing rebirth, beacause like the dung beetle rolling its ball before it, represents the sun being pushed over the horizon every morning.

Over time the Ankh has come to symbolize life and immortality, the universe, power and life-giving air and water. Its keylike shape also encouraged the belief it could unlock the gates of death.
Artist's comments:
We currently have two ankhs in our range, each one has its own desictive symbol and design.
Dimensions/size: 32 cm (height)
approx: 1 ft 3/5 in
Edition: Unlimited
Medium: Reconstituted Sandstone
Sculptor: David Buck [sculptor profile]
Price: £
260

Converted prices below are only for guidance and should be checked:
300
/ USD $
319
/ AUD $
424
/ CAD $
427
/ CHF
322
Availability: Yes, for sale.*
Category: Mythical Sculptures
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures
Insect Sculptures, to include Bees, Ants, Moths, Butterflies etc
Indoor Inside Interior Abstract Contemporary Modern Sculpture / statue / statuette / figurine
Tabletop Desktop Small Indoor Statuettes Figurines Sculptures
Scarabs and Beetles Sculptures Statues statuette
Weight: 2.9 Kg / 6.38 lb
Title: Egyptian Winged Scarab Ankh (Symbolic Rebirth statuette)
Finish:
Recommended Usage: Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
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Yours Sincerely
Peter de Sausmarez.
MinstPI, Seigneur"
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