Seals of Mohenjo Daro - replica models for decorative purpose

The ancient sites of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro, in modern day Pakistan, existed around 2600 to 1900 BC as a vibrant civilization. During the excavations, archeologists found many objects buried underground at these sites. These objects included terracotta figurines, bronze figures, metallic vessels, ornaments of gold, metallic and precious stone beads, glass and ivory objects, etc.

Steatite seals

Besides more than 3500 steatite seals were discovered. Steatite stones were engraved or etched with designs and perfected pieces were baked to finished tough seals of Mohenjo Daro. Most seal designs have an animal figure in the middle or below and a kind of script above. Some seals have astronomical representations. Since the script of the Indus Valley is still undeciphered, we can only speculate what these seals indicate. Probably we can say that a widespread supernatural belief was prevalent in the area during this period and many seals reflect such a belief. 

Decorative Mohenjodaro seal reproductions 

Here are some reconstructed copies of the seals of Mohenjo Daro, which can be framed and placed as decorative items in homes or workplaces or used as wall hangings, etc. as per your taste and imagination.

  • Item: Indus Valley Civilization Mohenjodaro Seal Replica
  • Material: Baked clay
  • Size: Approximately 5.5 cm * 5.5 cm.
  • Thickness: About 0.5 cm
  • Design availability: The seal replicas are handmade on baked clay and may vary slightly from the photo shown on this page.
  • Colors: Colors shown on the screen may differ or vary from the actual colors.

Fulfillment:  Product of Sindh, Pakistan. Ships from Melaka, Malaysia. [More info]


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