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Egyptian Goddess Serket Painted Plaque Selket Selkis

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This hand-painted plaque, which is about 7 1/2 inches tall - see second photo for a direct scale reference - pictures the Egyptian goddess Serket, also spelled Selket, Serqet or Selkis. She is a protective deity, one of the 'Four Noble Ladies' who guards both sleepers and the dead, and she cures poisonous bites and stings. Her full name, 'Serket Hetyt', means 'She makes throats breathe'. The paint has been varnished to give it both a protective coating and an 'aged' look.
I made this piece because statues and art of Serket (other than versions of the statue from Tutankhamun's tomb) are difficult to find. It was made with Kemetic or Egyptian Pagan practitioners in mind. The plaque can be stood against a wall or bookshelf, but it is also ready to be hung like a picture -see the detail photo for the black cord already in place. I have made similar plaster plaques that have been hanging in my home for seventeen years, so they are quite solid!


PAYMENT AND SHIPPING: I can accept all Esty-backed forms of payment (Paypal, Apple Wallet, etc.); I ship by USPS, unless you would prefer another arrangement. Message me if you have requests, questions or concerns. I have sold items on eBay for over twelve years, with a 100% feedback rating, so I welcome you to join me in continuing that trend here on Etsy! Thank you for your patronage!

RETURNS: In the event your item gets damaged or breaks, I have repaired them for customers free of charge. Just message me with your request, including if you need to arrange a return or exchange with other available stock. I am happy to work with you.

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This hand-painted plaque, which is about 7 1/2 inches tall - see second photo for a direct scale reference - pictures the Egyptian goddess Serket, also spelled Selket, Serqet or Selkis. She is a protective deity, one of the 'Four Noble Ladies' who guards both sleepers and the dead, and she cures poisonous bites and stings. Her full name, 'Serket Hetyt', means 'She makes throats breathe'. The paint has been varnished to give it both a protective coating and an 'aged' look.
I made this piece because statues and art of Serket (other than versions of the statue from Tutankhamun's tomb) are difficult to find. It was made with Kemetic or Egyptian Pagan practitioners in mind. The plaque can be stood against a wall or bookshelf, but it is also ready to be hung like a picture -see the detail photo for the black cord already in place. I have made similar plaster plaques that have been hanging in my home for seventeen years, so they are quite solid!


PAYMENT AND SHIPPING: I can accept all Esty-backed forms of payment (Paypal, Apple Wallet, etc.); I ship by USPS, unless you would prefer another arrangement. Message me if you have requests, questions or concerns. I have sold items on eBay for over twelve years, with a 100% feedback rating, so I welcome you to join me in continuing that trend here on Etsy! Thank you for your patronage!

RETURNS: In the event your item gets damaged or breaks, I have repaired them for customers free of charge. Just message me with your request, including if you need to arrange a return or exchange with other available stock. I am happy to work with you.

Thanks for shopping!

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Egyptian Goddess Serket Painted Plaque Selket Selkis

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Plaster, Acrylic paints, black cord
  • Feedback: 26 reviews
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