Terracotta Harappan Unicorn Seal Replica with Frame
The unicorn is a much-loved mythical animal that finds mention in Greek and Roman legends. But the Harappans also seem to have been fond of them! This seal, found in many Harappan excavations, is commonly believed to depict a unicorn. Experts believe it also hints that this animal was venerated by the Harappans. Notice, here, a stand with droplets of water interpreted by some as being a ritual bowl.
Do note that these replicas are much larger than the original Harappan seals, to allow you to use them as wall hangings or showcase them. Each seal comes framed and has a provision at the back to both hang the frame and leave it standing on a flat table.
Quantity: 1 Piece
Care Instructions: This piece is fragile. Handle with care. A soft bristled, dry brush can be used to gently clean the surface. Keep away from moisture and liquids.
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