Egypt

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Snake Ring Snake Ring 2
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Rome

Snake Ring

A-1000
€12.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece was found in the Roman city of Ucubi, current municipality of Espejo, Córdoba, andbelongs to the collection of the Arqueological Museum of...
Snake ring two heads Snake ring two heads 2
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Rome

Snake ring two heads

A-1001
€12.00
This type of jewel was very usual and could have a double meaning, serve as a personal adornment, or as a protective amulet. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. Piece inspired by the original exhibited in the Louvre Museum, Paris. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze. Adjustable to all sizes.
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Egypt

Egiptian snake ring

A-1002
€12.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated from the 1st century BC. and is exhibited at the British Museum in London. Made in gilded bronze, or sterling silver. This ring fits...
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Egypt

Hieroglyph ring

A-1006
€18.00
Replica jewel belonging to a person call Sa-Neith. Gold. 26th Dynasty (664-525 B.C.). This is a most unique piece (in terms of the size and quality of execution), of which no more than half a dozen exist anywhere in the world. Sa-Neith held the following titles: ‘Prophet and Divine Father’, ‘Director of Chapels (of the goddess Neith)’, ‘Priest of Horus’,...
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Egypt

Hieroglyphic Bracelet

B-110
€22.00
Replica jewel belonging to a person call Sa-Neith. Gold. 26th Dynasty (664-525 B.C.). This is a most unique piece (in terms of the size and quality of execution), of which no more than half a dozen exist anywhere in the world. Sa-Neith held the following titles: ‘Prophet and Divine Father’, ‘Director of Chapels (of the goddess Neith)’, ‘Priest of Horus’,...
Snake bracelet Snake bracelet 2
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Egypt

Snake bracelet

B-152
€24.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
Snake amulet double bracelet Snake amulet double bracelet 2
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€33.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
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Anubis pendant

CB-126
€16.00
The Egyptian deity Anubis is one of the oldest existing gods. Anubis was related not only to death, but also to the resurrection after it, and was painted in black, a color that represents fertility. Anubis was depicted with black fur, despite the fact that the jackals in Ancient Egypt had a reddish fur, because that color symbolized resurrection and...
Bastet goddess pendant Bastet goddess pendant 2
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€18.00
Bastet was a goddess in ancient Egyptian religion, also called Bast, whose mission was to protect the home and symbolizes the joy of living, it is considered the deity of harmony and happiness. Piece made of bronze and patinated bronze
Djed pendant Djed pendant 2
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Egypt

Djed pendant

CB-52
€8.00
The Djed pillar symbolized 'stability'. He could represent the backbone of the god Osiris, a tree, a pole conforming by attached sheaves of grain, etc. The djed pillar was often used as amulets for the living and the dead. It was placed as an amulet near the spines of mummified bodies, which was supposed to ensure the resurrection of the dead, allowing...
Snake shape necklace Snake shape necklace 2
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Egypt

Snake shape necklace

T-912
€37.00
The snake, a common motif in ancient jewelry. Due to the widespread belief in their magical powers, they were used as good luck charms. Numerous Egyptian, Greek and Roman jewels take this form. The original piece is dated in the III to II centuries BC. and is exhibited at the Met Museum in New York. Piece made of brass, or silver plated bronze.
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