WOODEN CHAIR WITH GOLD-COVERED DECORATION

From the tomb of Tutankhamon Valley of the Kings Western Thebes Dynasty XVIII, C. 1352 B.C. Egyptian Museum, Cairo The back panel has beautiful open carving. The seat curves up at the edges and down in the center. This is called a double cove. The lion's claws are carved in ivory.

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