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Egyptian Fly, ear-posts $54
Size: 0.5 x 0.75

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.

24K antique gold plate over pewter. Earring posts are sterling silver.




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Egyptian Lioness-head center on 24" Carnelian nacklace $222
Size: 24" long

SAKHMET JEWELRY
Dynasty 26. reign of Amasis (570-526 BCE).
Our Sakhmet jewelry was adapted from a solid gold pendant shaped as alioness-headed Sakhmet, goddess of medicine and healing. The original was found during The University of Pennsylvania Museum's excavation (1915-1919) in the city of Memphis, the ancient capital of Egypt. While amulets such as this one were often worn by the dead, they could also be used by the living to offer the protection of particular divinity to the wearer.
Carnelian necklace with Sakhmet motif in center that has a 24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter. Gold-filled clasp.

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Egyptian Lioness-head center on 24" Lapis necklace $222
Size: 24" Long

SAKHMET JEWELRY
Dynasty 26. reign of Amasis (570-526 BCE).
Our Sakhmet jewelry was adapted from a solid gold pendant shaped as alioness-headed Sakhmet, goddess of medicine and healing. The original was found during The University of Pennsylvania Museum's excavation (1915-1919) in the city of Memphis, the ancient capital of Egypt. While amulets such as this one were often worn by the dead, they could also be used by the living to offer the protection of particular divinity to the wearer.
Lapis necklace with Sakhmet motif in center in 24 Karat antique gold-plate over pewter. Gold-filled clasp.

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Egyptian Lotus brooch, blue/turquoise enamel $53
Size: 1 x 5/8

LOTUS JEWELRY
The lotus rises in the morning from the muddy waters to flower and is therefore a symbol of purity, resurrection, and perfect beauty.
In Egyptian mythology, Horus, the newborn sun, rose from the lotus leaves.
This flower symbolizes royalty, emblem of Upper Egypt, as the throne of Isis, Nepthys and Osiris.
Enameled 24K antique gold plate over pewter.

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Egyptian Lotus clip earrings, blue/turquoise $90
Size: 1 x 5/8

LOTUS JEWELRY
The lotus rises in the morning from the muddy waters to flower and is therefore a symbol of purity, resurrection, and perfect beauty. In Egyptian mythology, Horus, the newborn sun, rose from the lotus leaves.
This flower symbolizes royalty, emblem of Upper Egypt, as the throne of Isis, Nepthys and Osiris.
Enameled 24 karat antique gold plate over pewter and brass.

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Egyptian monkey key-ring $51
Size: 7/8" x 1.25"

Inspired by a blue-glazed faience statue of a monkey.
New Kingdom, Dynasty XVIII, Amarna Period (circa 1352-1336 B.C.). From the Ancient Egyptian collection of The Brooklyn Museum of Art.
24K antique gold-plate over pewter/brass.


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