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16" 8mm Carnelian beads and fly necklace. $240
Size: 16" Long

EGYPTIAN GOLDEN FLY AMULET
The golden fly was an honorary award given to the Egyptian military for persistence in attacking the enemy. It is a replica of a fly symbol, originated in the 18th Dynasty, from the burial of Queen Ah-hotpe, Western Thebes.

Fly motifs: 24K antique gold-plate over pewter. Enhanced by 8mm Carnelian beads. Gold-filled clasp.

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16" Egyptian necklace with carnelian, cowrie shell and beans $132
Size: 16" Long

The cowrie shells were adapted from a belt found in a tomb at Abydos. The belt is now in the collection of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. This type of belt was worn by women in the Middle Kingdom (2040-1640 B.C.E.). Shells of this type may have amuletic significance.
24K antique gold-plate over pewter enhanced by carnelian beads.

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16" Egyptian necklace with cowrie shells and carnelian beads. $168
Size: 16" Long

The cowrie shells were adapted from a belt found in a tomb at Abydos. The belt is now in the collection of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. This type of belt was worn by women in the Middle Kingdom (2040-1640 B.C.E.). Shells of this type may have amuletic significance.
24K antique gold-plate over pewter enhanced by carnelian beads

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16" Egyptian necklace with cowrie shells and lapis beads. $282
Size: 16" Long

The cowrie shells were adapted from a belt found in a tomb at Abydos. The belt is now in the collection of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. This type of belt was worn by women in the Middle Kingdom (2040-1640 B.C.E.). Shells of this type may have amuletic significance. 24K antique gold-plate over pewter enhanced by lapis beads.

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16" Link chain with enaeled Scarab charm, green $111
Size: 16" Long

Scarab Jewelry
The beetle being the emblem of Khepera, the God of the morning sun, was regarded by ancient Egyptians as a symbol of resurrection and immortality.
24 Karat antique gold plate over pewter, enhanced by green/black enamel.

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16" Multi-color Egyptian necklace, Cartouche center $255
Size: 16" Long

This is a reproduction of an Egyptian necklace with a cartouche in center. The cartouche motif appeared on the tomb of Ramses Second, New Empire of Egypt, 19th Dynasty.
The cartouche reads: "Ra messu meri Amen", meaning: Pharaoh Ramses beloved by the god Amen.
The 16" necklace contains Lapis, Carnelian, Aventurine and Gold-filled beads and clasp. The cartouche has a 24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter.


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