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Ankh Necklace


The Ankh Cross represents life (immortality) and death, male and female, balance. It can also represent zest, joy of life, and energy. It's closely related to the looped cross that can mean fertility and life. The Ancient Egyptians used the ankh to stand for a word meaning life. Pendants comes with a 33" long cord Aprox. Size : L: 2.0" W:...

Anubis Necklace


Anubis is one of the most prominent and mystical gods of ancient Egypt. He was known since the earliest periods in the history of the civilization that was based near the Nile River.  Anubis was also known as “Imy-ut” ("He Who is in the Place of Embalming") and "nub-tA-djser" ("lord of the sacred land"). Pendants come on Legend Cards with...

Hathor Head Necklace


Hathor was a goddess of joy, feminine love, and motherhood. She was worshiped by both royalty and the common people. She was thought to have supported women in childbirth and also looked after music, dance, and fertility. She was a goddess of miners as well. Pendants come on Legend Cards with a 33" long cord Aprox. Size : L: 1.0"...

Horus Head


Horus is the Falcon God. He was seen both as a falcon and as a man with the head of a falcon.  He is the son of Isis and Osiris, born of the union of the Earth and the Underworld, Horus’ birth was a divine one.  He was born without his mother having had either a husband or a lover. ...



Nuit is the sky goddess of the Ancient Egyptians.  Her arms form arches over the Earth, protecting it and nurturing its many children.  The earth god, Nuit’s husband, stands below her, eternally trying to reunite with his beloved.  They were separated at the order of Shu, the creator of the universe.  The vault of the sky is the body of...

Square Scarab Beetle Necklace


In ancient Egyptian religion, the sun God Ra, is seen to roll across the sky each day, transforming bodies and souls. Beetles of the Scarabaeidae family (dung beetle) roll dung into a ball as food and as a brood chamber in which to lay eggs; this way, the larvae hatch and are immediately surrounded by food. For these reasons the...