Associated with the divine powers of motherhood, marital devotion, and healing, Isis is said to have brought Osiris back to life and aided in his becoming the powerful god of the underworld for which he is now known.
Here she is displayed in her later form, in full glory with wings wide open. Adorning her head are the horns and disc, the hieroglyphic sign for "throne," which marks her station and is a symbol of her power and authority. Painted in the traditional tones of ancient Egypt, her gold skin radiates feminine beauty even as her stately divinity shines through, creating a powerful symbol of the divine feminine that is great for any altar; not just the ones devoted to Egyptian Pantheons.
This wall hanging measures approximately 11 1/4" wide and 12" high and is sculpted of cold-cast resin.