Copy in bronze of the god Ptah. This piece dates from the Late Period of Egypt (715-332 B. C.) and it's conserved in the Egyptian Museum of Barcelona.
Local god of the city of Memphis. Considered as a creative divinity, he used for this reason the thoughts or wishes of his heart (Sia) and the power of his language (creator verb named Hu). He's also patron saint of the craftsmen, specially the metalsmiths and the sculptores. Greeks identified him with Hephaestus.
Our Workshop of archaeological Copies warrants in this piece a completely loyal copy. Copy made from a mould of original piece, elaborated following a totaly handmade process in resin with final plate in bronze.