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Artisan's Guild MUT on eBay! Dec. 2nd, 2004 @ 08:45 pm
nehmet
I've never seen her before. Pretty.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=10911&item=3944420019&rd=1


Enjoy, my hoes!
Current Moodswing: cheerfulcheerful

Nov. 30th, 2004 @ 01:18 am
djebatihethert
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=37905&item=3765810408

I like it. Not quite sure why, but I really, really like it.
Current Moodswing: depresseddepressed

ya know... Oct. 18th, 2004 @ 11:31 pm
djebatihethert
These pewter statues are starting to grow on me. I saw this lovely Bast statue and thought, "Hey, that's really very beautiful." :)

Thinking about it.. thinking about it...

*snicker* Oct. 16th, 2004 @ 09:19 pm
djebatihethert
People never cease to amuse me. Check this collection of pewter statues out (and specifically, the one labeled "Ra.")

Statue whoring fun! Oct. 14th, 2004 @ 12:46 am
djebatihethert
To begin tonight, we have this rather unusual collection of statues.
http://www.egyptianhouse.co.uk/collec.htm
Now granted, they have everyone and their mother with a crook and flail, which you could read a lot into but I suspect it's just because they used the same mold for all the bodies and just changed heads. ;) Plus side: it's not Summit Collection! And they have Nebt-het finally facing forward and in real clothes! (Among other things... I actually quite like the Nebt-het statue, perhaps in gold...)

Next up: http://egyptian.souvenirs.s5.com/photo4.html
I think this would be very nice to put on an Akhu shrine. I may get me one of these someday.

Good night, my hoes. :)
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My latest purchace: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=3931779101
Anything of Dad I can find, and I can afford, I get ;) Especially stuff like this I've never seen before.
» it's slap-happy Hethert icon whoring day here in sunny and sandy Rhode Island...
Oh money where art thou? If I had more of you around, I'd buy this statue: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=37905&item=3747383906&rd=1

Obviously, it's not traditional style but I still love it.

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http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=1523&item=5520080455&rd=1

Lovely, and the description made me titter. ;)

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Anyone else see anything good lately?
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I thought this was pretty interesting. It says it's King Tut (um... no), but to me looks a lot more like Amun. Either way, it's a nice statue. If it is Amun, it's the first statue I've ever seen of Him seated.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=553&item=2858318230#ebayphotohosting
» Part of my collection
I wanted to post pics of all my collection, and some stuff about how or why I got them all, but I don't have a functional digital camera and my big idea of using the scanner to "scan" the room just didn't come through as I'd hoped. So instead, I have a few pics I found from the companies who made some of the statues I have, and some scans of others which were small enough to fit on the scanner bed.^_^

Prattling about my collection behind cut.Collapse )
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Hi. My name is Weben Banu, and I am a statue whore.

It started out with just one or two working statues for my altar... but I just couldn't decide which of the available statues I wanted. Even when I did decide, I almost always found another one which was really wonderful in its own way... I ended up buying statue after statue after statue; the more ntjrw I encountered, the more statues I felt the need to buy. The more statues I bought, the better I felt.^_^ But I always want more.

It didn't help when I read how the ancient Egyptians used to commission statues and paintings of the ntjrw as offerings, giving Them honor and power and strengthening Their presence by multiplying Their images. I started rationalizing my obsession with the logic that my purchases of ntjrw icons encouraged the icon dealers to produce more... thereby multiplying Their images in the modern world.

Then I met an artist friend who made custom-designed icons of the ntjrw for the Kemetic community, and she inspired me to start repainting my own icons- that's how the icon service started for her. I even went so far as to start buying polymer clay, but so far I haven't made anything bigger than amulets. I may one day discover a talent for building my own icons, Ntjr help me.

For now I collect icons of any ntjr(t) Who spends any significant amount of time with me, whenever I see them. I like traditional style icons, but I have a few images which are in a more modern style- necklace pendents, RPG figurines, and the like.

I have no intention of stopping.^_^ I'm really glad to find a community devoted to those of us who are nuts over icons- I'm trying to figure out how to get images of some of my collection, so I can post pics and stories about them here.
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