This Statue of King Tut would have been set up in the Great Amur Temple at Rebel Baikal. Like other royal Kushite Statues, it is modeled on Egyptian Sculpture, but with distinctive Nubian iconography, including the tight cap crown with double aureus serpent. A rams head amulets representing Amur are suspended on the kings neck and over his shoulders. 100% Bronze and handmade,this two toned brown patina Sculpture was cast using the Lost Wax Method and mounted on a marble base. Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 67 X Width 14 inches. Weight: 250 LBS.