This reproduction was realized from an imprint taken from the original of the antique goldsmith masterpiece Pendant in the name of King Osorkon II: the family of the god Osiris, made of gold, lapis-lazuli and red glass, 874-850 BC, kept at the Louvre museum.
Pharaoh Osorkon II is represented crouching on a lapis-lazuli pillar. He is presented under the aspect of the god of the dead, Osiris. His body is clasped by a mummy sheath. He bears the high crown Atef with two feathers. His wife Isis and his son Horus stand by his side and raise their hands as a sign of protection.
Height: 11 cm.
Width: 9 cm
Depth: 5.5 cm
Museum: Paris - Louvre Museum