This work is inspired by the lid of a coffin containing a female mummy in the collection of the British Museum. The meticulously carved decorative breastplate features the spread wings of the Egyptian sky goddess Nuit. The Mother of the Stars and the personification of the Heavens, Nuit is sometimes manifested as outspread wings. The designer has employed a pair of overlapping wings to symbolize the power that safeguards rebirth. On the bottom, a rounded arch transects two rectangular feet, like two human feet standing firmly together, steadily proceeding toward a blessed afterlife.
| Specification |
◆Manufacturing method: manual + machine
◆Place of Origin: Designed in Taiwan + Made in China
| Thoughtful Features |
1.The Bright glazes are lead free and cadmium free, fired at 1250°C, and meet SGS food containers standards.