- Crafted of hand-painted Lenox ivory fine china accented with enamel and 24 karat gold
- Bears the Lenox hallmark
- Certificate of Authenticity
- Height: 6 3/4"
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She was the seventh Egyptian queen to be called Cleopatra. By custom, she first married one brother, then, on his death, another. But it was the conquests of Cleopatra's third and fourth consorts... Julius Caesar and Marc Antony... that made her legendary. Here the ravishing seductress and noble queen is portrayed on a fur-draped throne. Unlike formal Egyptian art, she is depicted in a natural pose. The royal feather crown of the goddess Nekhbet, protector of the king's power, frames her face.