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EGYPTIAN GODDESS HATHOR STATUE
HATHOR SISTRUM SACRED RATTLE
MAAT PAYING HOMAGE TO HATHOR
HATHOR GODDESS WALL DECOR RELIEF
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Hand Painted Resin

Tall Standing Hathor Holding Snake Statue
in cold cast bronze with hand painted detail

11 1/4 inches high / 28.57 cm
Base is 3 inches x 2.5 inches / 7.62 cm x 6.35 cm


This Egyptian Motherhood Goddess is depicted in this elegant bronze colored statue with her snake of regeneration and renewal. She wears the sacred horned crown and solar disk on her head, as well as the necklace called a 'menet' she made popular.

Hathor is associated with the heavenly womb, brought forth in primeval time. Her temples were birthing rooms bearing images of the seven frame drum and sistrum playing Hathors who brought blessed souls to newborns.

These deities conferred their protection upon the newborn child.


$44.99

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Egyptian Goddess Hathor Statue
Hand Painted Resin

12 3/4 inches tall x 5 3/8 inches x 3 1/2 inches
32.38 cm high
Base: 13.65 cm x 8.89


This is a royal warrior Hathor, complete with Horned Cow headdress, staff and ankh of life. She is proud in stance and hand finished with excellent subtle colors of red and bronze.
Egyptian Eye of Horus or Third Eye is part of her make-up painted on her left eye.

Regularly:         $41.00
On Sale Now:   $35.00

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Beautifully and Brilliantly Black
Black and Gold Egyptian Hathor Statue

Hand Painted Resin

12 3/4 inches tall x 5 3/8 inches x 3 1/2 inches
32.38 cm high
Base: 13.65 cm x 8.89


This is a royal warrior Hathor, complete with Horned Cow headdress, staff and ankh of life. She is proud in stance and hand finished with black and gold make-up and regalia. Egyptian Eye of Horus or Third Eye is part of her make-up painted on her left eye.

  $36.00

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egyptian hathor statue Standing Hathor Statue
 in cold cast bronze with hand painted detail

8 3/4 inches high / 22.22 cm high


Highly detailed, this regal Hathor statue is small but very well appointed and full of symbolism for this ancient Egyptian Mother.

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$37.13

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Golden Standing Hathor Golden, Regal Hathor
Hand painted Gold FinishResin
Great Mother Goddess of Egypt

9.25 inch high, delicate depiction of the Goddess Hathor, bathed in golden tones. An excellent value as well as reminder of this ancient female great lady.

$18.00

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Hathor Sistrum  Egyptian Goddess Hathor Sistrum

12.75 inches tall
Blue Resin with Brass Jingles
Heavy and substantial instrument.

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$63.00

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hathor Pendant with Turquoise
Shown with Turquoise
ŠJane Iris Designs
ŠJane Iris Designs

Egyptian Goddess Hathor Pendant
with Custom Stone
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Known as a symbol of women at their best in the areas of art, love, pleasure, singing and dancing. This beautiful Divine Feminine Hathor Pendant is large and bold. Custom stone emphasizes whatever healing mode you wish to project. Quite a site on the breast! Click on bottom image to see.

Measures 2 inches x 1-1/2 inches.
Sterling Silver. Made in the USA.


With most stones:
$76.00
Please Select Gemstone


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hathor goddess jewelry

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ŠJane Iris Designs
Hathor Goddess Pendant
in Bronze or Silver

This Hathor pendant is strong in sterling silver, showing the Goddess with Horned Crown and ending the piece as if she becomes part of the might Nile River that sustained Egypt by watering it's fertile valleys.
This unique Hathor pendant comes in bronze or silver.
Bronze finish can match other gold jewelry.
Measures approx 1-1/2 inches x 1-1/4 inch.
Made in the USA.

Bronze: $36.00
Silver:      $54.00
Please Select Metal

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Menet Necklace

The Hathor Menet
was an intricately beaded necklace, usually made with semi-precious stones sacred to Hathor (namely turquoise, malachite and lapis lazuli) that was clasped together with a bronze disc with a handle so it could alternately be used as a type of rattle and a necklace. The menet was looked upon as perhaps the most potent of the ritual implements of Hathor as when it was worn it represented one who had gained her powers or had become like Hathor.
HATHOR: Egyptian Mother of the Gods
Joy, Motherhood, Childbirth, Royal Succession, and Feminine Goodness

Hathor is associated with the heavenly womb, brought forth in primeval time. Her temples were birthing rooms bearing images of the seven frame drum and sistrum playing Hathors who brought blessed souls to newborns. These deities conferred their protection upon the newborn child.

During childbirth, in ancient Egypt, a woman would squat on a pair of elaborately decorated clay bricks. The bricks show a woman transformed into a goddess at the moment of giving birth. The new mother and her midwives would call on Hathor, the goddess of fertility and motherhood, in an effort to protect the newborn child. Birth was not just a physical event, but a supercharged magical and religious time. Ancient Egyptians equated the birth of a child to the birth of the sun on the eastern horizon.

Hathor's name means "The Dwelling of Horus", for it was thought that Horus as the Sun God came to rest each evening on her breast before being reborn with the awakening dawn.

Hathor is the great Sky-Goddess that as a celestial cow gave birth to the universe. She was often represented as a cow or with bovine attributes such as a cow's head, cow's ears, or horns on her headdress. She is the embodiment of all that is best in women. Hathor was also considered the Goddess of music, song, dance and lighthearted pleasure.

As a Moon Goddess, She was protectress of pregnant women and midwives. Her main cult centre was at Dendera, where she was worshipped along with her husband, Horus. Hathor was the Supreme Goddess of sexual love in Egypt, identified by the Greeks with Aphrodite. Her temple at Dendera was "The House of Intoxication and Enjoyment."

Her priestesses carried two instruments; the sistrum, a bronze sacred rattle and the menat, a necklace, thick with beads.

SISTRUM SYMBOLISM

The sistrum's shape forms an ankh with bars attached inside the loop which holds small cymbal-like objects that make a sound similar to a tambourine when rattled. There were two types of sistrums used: the ankh-shaped was mainly used in public celebrations and festivals, like the Bast Sistrum found here. The second had the face of Hathor at the bottom and the top was usually in the shape of a "naos", or shrine, as seen in our Hathor Sistrum above.

Used in rites of invocation and initiati it was said the sound of the sistrum would soothe and placate Hathor in order to invoke her more amiable side.

Due to this special relation with music, the priests and priestesses who resided in Dendera were usually accomplished musicians and dancers, and a festival was not complete without their presence.