Dating from 1st – 3rd Century Roman Egypt.
Commissions have included door panels, wall tiles inset with portraits to distressed cofferred ceilings (no coffins yet).
De Ferranti’s perfect re-creations of Fayum portraits are available to special commission.
More about Fayum Portraits:
Fayum mummy portraits are encaustic paintings made with hot wax onto wooden panels.
Dating from 1st – 3rd Century Roman Egypt, they are astonishingly life-like images of the deceased.
Painted in minute detail by a specialist craftsman, De Ferranti’s perfect recreations of Fayum portraits are available to special commission.
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