QUEEN NEFERTITI BUST
We are honoured to display this magnificent masterpiece- A Replica obtained from Luxor near the Valley of the Kings in Egypt, the land of magic and mystique. The bust is notable for exemplifying the understanding Ancient Egyptians had regarding realistic facial proportions; the power to bewitch, with almond eyes, high cheekbones and chiselled jaw.
Nefertiti (ca. 1370 BC – ca. 1330 BC) was the wife of the legendary Pharaoh Akhenaton and the stepmother of Tutankhamen. Nefertiti, is enchanting and her name means “the Beautiful One has come”. Despite her epic beauty, she remained a model of fidelity to her husband. She is power and beauty combined.
Nefertiti was Egypt’s most influential, and the most beautiful queen. She ruled at the height of the country’s power and Wealthiest era. She was the only Pharaoh who was equal in power with her husband and fought battles with him. Known for a religious revolution, she ruled over a civilisation of astonishing sophistication and declared the Queen who is a Goddess.
Queen Nefertiti was known by many names :
The Golden Chariot
EYE OF HORUS
This beautifully crafted vase is a symbol of a vessel of protection from the evil eye. Its brilliant colours of Pure Gold and Lapis Lazuli has a very profound meaning. Eye Of Horus is a symbol of royal power, protection and good health.
Gold is a symbol of wealth , abundance and good fortune; used in the ancient times for ageless beauty by the Royals & Diety
Lapis is said to enhance power, intuition and Wisdom; it brings, love, healing and good fortune. Symbolising the life giving nile and the blue skies where the Falcon Horus had vantage point and foresight for the all seeing eye)
Horus was an ancient Egyptian sky god, who was usually depicted as a falcon, whose eyes were originally said to be the sun and the moon
the right eye came to represent the sun and so it was called the “Eye of Ra” whilst the left represented the moon and was known as the “Eye of Horus”.
This specially designed Gold plated Bastet is a sight to behold. Her name means sweet and precious, with a heart of a predator.As the goddess of fire and protector of women she stands at our spa entrance as guard and protector of our Glamorous Goddesses, She has the feminine, gentle character, and the strength of a fierce protective lioness.
The goddess Bastet was usually represented as a woman with the head of a domesticate
The most popular hieroglyphic symbol in ancient Egypt, it resembles the key of life. It stands for zest, and a joy filled life.
The loop at the top is said to be the Knot of ISIS which resembles the binary nature of life, or life and afterlife. Adopted by the Coptic Christians in Egypt to resemble the Cross, this eyed cross is believed to be the key to enter the afterlife, and through the Death of Christ on the Cross the gates of heaven will be opened to receive the believers.
No matter what your beliefs are Nefertiti Spa, has brought this to remind our Goddesses that each deserves to own the Key of her life and after life, that we are Alluring Women with Eternal souls and our beauty is everlasting.d cat. However, up until 1000 BC she was portrayed as a lioness. Bastet was the daughter of RA, the sun god.