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The Egyptian Wall Light

Museo Egyptian

Exclusively designed for discriminating tastes, Museo stands for the very finest artisan craftsmanship. Inspired by museum masterpieces, Museo is sensational and eye-catching.
Museo employs our patented system of a beautiful layered image cut out of the metal case. The light shines through the image and the silky organza fabric billowing out of it to create a strikingly effective and beautifully detailed image.
Available with or without a cord, Museo comes with two switches on its metal case, one to light the central image and the other to light the periphery. They can be used separately or together.

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Carved on a stele (a stone slab or column with a relief carving) in the Louvre Museum, this is the image of Ramesses II, the Egyptian Pharoah, when he was a child. Ramesses reigned from 1279 to 1213 BCE, 67 years in what was one of the longest reigns in Egyptian history. The king is depicted in a child’s pose, seated on a cushion, his fingers to his lips, a braid of hair falling to his shoulder, and a uraeus around his head.