Consorts & Children:
He's the husband of Sekhmet.
He is often depicted as a mummified man with green skin, a skull cap, and holding a scepter with an ankh and a djed, or pillar-like symbol. He's sometimes combined with Seker, god of craftsmen, and/or Osiris.
Notable Stories Involving Him:
He's said to have created the world by dreaming of it in his heart and then calling it into being.
Ptah Around the World:
His Greek equivalent is Hephaestus.
SOURCES: Wikipedia and Encyclopedia Mythica