An Egyptian Musician entertains the
Royal Couple in the depiction on the back of this first quality hand mirror.
Necklace with Rhinestones
W: 0.976 inch X L: 1.4 inch
2.47cm x 3.55cm
The winged Goddess Isis is protected here by the ankh of life and the eye of
Horus. The bling comes from real rhinestones that embellish the piece.
Earrings with Rhinestones
W: 0.834 inch X L: 0.837 inch
2.11cm x 2.12cm
The lovely winged Goddess who made wind with her feathers is featured in these
golden earrings. Real rhinestones add a fun blingy sparkle to these affordable
Earrings Lead Free Pewter
Bastet Earrings are shiny black and made of painted pewter with
Beautifully distinctive on the ears!
Pendant Lead Free Pewter
with 15 inch black cord
2.25 inches high x 1 inch wide
Bastet Pendant is made of painted pewter with fine detail and a black cord to
make it a complete necklace. Dangling scarab collar with gold, green and red
colors, as well as an ankh embellishment at the neck and a bright third eye!
of Horus Necklace
Larger pendant a little just over an inch long.
This little pendant shows several important Egyptian symbols of royalty
including Falcon God Horus, the Eye of Horus and the Egyptian Lotus.
Sphinx Necklace Larger pendant about an inch long.
Comes with 24 inch chain.
This pendant shows the Sphinx and the Pyramid of Giza.
Larger pendant about an inch long.
Comes with 24 inch chain.
The Egyptian Goddess of Law and Justice is featured in this rectangular pendant.
Maat is distinguished by the feather in her crown.
Pendant Lead Free Pewter
with black cord
1.5 inches high
Pewter Bast is classic in this framed pendant that comes with a
black cord making it a complete necklace. Very nice pewter looks like classy
antiqued silver. Good bargain for this necklace that looks richer than its
with Eye of Horus Necklace
This necklace includes a 24" chain
with a 2" extension
Lead free alloy metal, hand painted
Goddess Pendant in Bronze or Silver
Known as a symbol of women at their
best: art, love, pleasure, singing and dancing.
This unique Hathor pendant comes in bronze or silver.
Lead free pewter with rhinestone
W: 0.624" X L: 0.942"
Goddess Hathor Pendant with Custom Stone
Known as a symbol of women at their best: art, love,
pleasure, singing and dancing.
This beautiful Divine Feminine Hathor Pendant
Measures 2 x 1 1/2".
Sterling Silver. Made in USA.
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Lead free pewter with inlay
1.114" X L: 1.377"
with Amber Colored Stone and Lead-free metals
1.5 inches high x .5 inches wide
A Scarab Beetle is the central figure in these Egyptian Earrings.
The head of the scarab is an amber colored stone.
Goddess of Law and Justice
1 inch high x .75 inches wide
The Goddess is depicted in these gold colored
earrings holding the Egyptian Lotus on each side of her in perfect balance. She
sits atop the Ankh of Life and a small green stone finishes the bottom or the
Isis Necklace with Beads Lead-free metals
24 - 27 inch neck chain attached
1.75 inches wide x 1 inch high
Isis Goddess with two images front to front are depicted holding the Eye of
Horus, the sign for second sight and a symbol of her Son. This is a striking
necklace with white beads highlighting the gold metal chain.
Pyramid Necklace Lead-free metals
24 - 27 inch neck chain
1.75 inches high without bail
1.5 inches wide at bottom of pyramid
A scarab encased in a pyramid means lots of ancient symbolism in this larger
necklace. With red colored stones, an Egyptian Lotus pair, a golden scarab, and
a pair of ankh's are all shown in this triangular pendant.
Isis Open Winged
1.5 inches with 5 - 7mm stone.
Allow 2 weeks for custom stones to be set
comes on a black cord
(not a chain as depicted)
or Maat Pendant Lead Free Pewter with black cord
1 inch high x 2 inches wide
Isis Pendant represents the Goddess with wing spread on bended knee. Painted
pewter makes fine colorful detail and it's a complete necklace with a black
cord. A conversation piece of art you wear around your neck.
Golden Scarab Necklace
with Rhinestones and Eye of Horus
1.5 inches across and 1.5 inches high to the bail.
Golden colored scarab necklace comes with 22 inch chain that has a 2 inch
extension. This is a larger pendant with several rhinestones. The eye of Horus
is quite exquisite propped up at the top of the piece. Lobster claw clasp.
Eye of Horus
Green Gold Necklace
comes with 18 inch chain
24 inch chain and 3 inch extension included. Green and
gold colored enamel is highlighted with an amber colored rhinestone in the curl
of the lower sweep.
This is an eye-catching and larger pendant, perfect for men or unisex for women
who like big, meaningful jewelry.
gold colored lead free pewter
with clear sparkling rhinestones
Smaller and more Subtle Earrings
W: 0.302" X L: 0.935"
The Meaning of Ancient
The Ancient Egyptians wore ornamental jewelry for many reasons, however the more
fundamental reason and purpose was to guard them from mysterious hostile forces.
For many of us, we sometimes require the assistance of a necklace with a
teardrop crystal, a tiger’s eye, a rabbit’s foot, a hemp bracelet, or a type
of precious stone to make us feel safe. The Ancient Egyptians did the same, only
most of the adornments worn were crafted out of stone. Such talismans might
consist of turquoise and lapis lazuli and carnelian, all representing a facet of
nature such as the green of spring, the blue of the sky, or the orange or beige
of the desert.
The use of gold in Ancient Egyptian Jewelry simply represented the flesh of the
gods, the fire and glory of the sun, and the very idea that the luster of the
gold was never lost, therefore an eternal sense of being.
You'll find some spectacular
photos of ancient Egyptian Jewelry here:
The ancient Egyptian arched harp has a history dating back over 5000 years! The
first bowed harps of the Old Kingdom, (c.2686 BC – 2181 BC), which basically
resembled large archery bows strung with about 4 - 5 strings, were developments
of the basic African Mesolithic Musical Bow - the ultimate ancestor of both the
harp & lyre...
As time progressed, more strings were gradually added to about 22 - the classic
full-sized ancient Egyptian arched harp generally featured a taut leather
soundboard, stretched over a resonator, usually of woods such as Cedar. Beneath
the leather skin, the string passed directly into the resonator, attached to a
horizontal wooden pole. The tension of the strings on the wooden pole beneath
the skin kept the skin soundboard taut - a very simple, elegant design.