Cobra Wooden Sculpture

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The cobra was a significant royal symbol in ancient Egypt. A rearing cobra, hood flared, ready to strike, was drawn and sculpted as an image called a uraeus, which refers to protection.

This Cobra Sculpture is made from Jempinis wood. Part of the base of this statue is made of Parasite wood. Parasite wood is a very unique type of wood.

Parasite wood is formed as a defense mechanism by a host tree overgrown by a parasite. This defense grows into unique wood called parasite wood. Back then, this wood was only used as firewood, but our skilled artists create beautiful art from it.

As the finishing touch, we choose to use a clear coat , to maintain the natural color of the wood. This statue is perfect for decorating your home or as a gift for loved ones.

Each statue is a unique and special masterpiece!


Material : Jempinis Wood, Parasite Wood
Color : Clear
Dimension : 5.3" x 3"

You will receive ONE Cobra Sculpture

 Domestic (Within The U.S.A)

  • Processing Time: 3-7 Business Days 
  • USPS First Class: 3-7 Business Days - FREE
  • USPS Priority : 2-5 Business Days - $12.95

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International Shipping (Outside of U.S.A)

  • Processing Time: 3-7 Business Days
  • USPS First Class International: 10-20 Business Days - $16.95
  • USPS Priority Mail International: 6-10 Business Days - $35.83

PROCESSING TIMES ARE SEPARATE FROM SHIPPING TIMES. 


We do our best to meet these shipping times, but we do not guarantee an exact delivery date.

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