Ancient Egypt Cartouche of Tutankhamun Sterling Silver Pendant by Viking-Workshop
Fulfilled by our friends at Viking-Workshop
Cartouche, symbolizing magic ropes, these lines encircled Ancient Egyptian names to protect the holder from evil magic. Sadie thought it sounded like a rude word. In ancient Egyptian religion, the scarab was also a symbol of immortality, resurrection, transformation, and protection much used in funerary art. The life of the scarab beetle revolved around the dung balls that the beetles consumed, laid their eggs in, and fed their young represented a cycle of rebirth.
In this pendant, you will see the illustration of the cartouche of King Tut which originally means the throne name or coronation name of King Tut. It says, "Neb-Kheper-U-Re" which is translated as "Lord of the Many Forms of Re". A perfect double-sided pendant that showcases your interest for the Egyptian Culture.
This product is 100% handmade and crafted from high-quality materials and is solid Silver - not only plated but solid material.
100% pure silver is too soft to make durable jewelry out of. As a result, the industry standard is to combine 92.5% silver with 7.5% of other metals to create a strong alloy that can be used in jewelry. This alloy is what is referred to as Sterling Silver 925.
- Culture - Ancient Egypt
- Material - Sterling Silver 925
- Color - Silver
- Character / Symbol - Cartouche of Tutankhamun
- Dimensions - 38 x 14 x 3 mm
- Hole size - 6 mm
- Weight - 8 grams
- Gender - Unisex
- Double-sided pendant
- Comes with a Branded box
- Careful packaging
- Free 700 mm cord for every Pendant (the cord may be different from the photo)
This product is handmade and requires 7 days of production time before it ships. Every product is made to order and crafted with a great passion for details.
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