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Ancient Egyptian Amulet Necklace with Faience Eye-of-Horus (Circa 200 BC) accented by two 18 karat Yellow Gold Bastet Cats.

Mark Loren - Ancient Egyptian Amulet Necklace with Faience Eye-of-Horus (Circa 200 BC) accented by two 18 karat Yellow Gold Bastet Cats.

Broad Beaded Collar (ancient Egyptian necklace of faience beads)...obviously not Egyptian Revival as it's the real deal....AMAZING DESIGN....truly timeless! This design has spawned countless Egyptian Revival jewelry collections.

Egyptian broad collar, faience beads, ca. BC Faience beads Dynasty reign of Akhenaten ca.

From the pictures I've seen of Egyptian jewelry, most of them seem to depict animals. The beetle in the top of this picture is very popular but I'm not quite sure why. Their colors were very vibrant and harmonious, standing out against their white attire.

From the pictures I've seen of Egyptian jewelry, most of them seem to depict animals. The beetle in the top of this picture is very popular but I'm not quite sure why. Their colors were very vibrant and harmonious, standing out against their white attire.

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Egyptian Accessories (any period): Egyptian crowns, or diadems, were placed on the head which were held in place with flowers.

Ancient Egypt: Death and the Afterlife - Blue beaded necklace. Ancient Egyptian jewelry was often made out of beads. Blue was a commonly used color.

Girl Scouts - Playing In The Past Badge - Ancient Egypt: Death and the Afterlife - Blue beaded necklace. Ancient Egyptian jewelry was often made out of beads. Blue was a commonly used color.

Ring in the shape of cat. Ancient Egypt, 2700 years old. - Imgur

Ring in the shape of cat. Ancient Egypt, 2700 years old.

My spirit animal the cat in my stone, carnelian (according to Celtic beliefs). However this is actually a Gold finger-ring. Carnelian, in form of cat; wedjat-eye on under-side. Ancient Egypt, from the Third Intermediate Period, 1070 - 712 BC.

Eye of Horus (wedjat) finger ring, Egyptian, New Kingdom, 1539–1075 B.C.

Eye of Horus finger ring. Egyptian, B. Greenish blue faience bezel ring with Eye of Horus (wedjat) in openwork. - Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts

Horus : le dieu faucon « celui qui est au-dessus » ou « celui qui est lointain ». incarne l’ordre et, tout comme pharaon, il est l’un des garants de l’harmonie universelle ; cependant ne faut pas réduire la théologie complexe des Égyptiens à une conception manichéenne car bien et mal sont des aspects complémentaires de la création, tous deux présents en toute divinité. Qu'il soit —faucon céleste, dieu créateur ou fils d’Osiris : c'est le dieu dynastique par excellence.

this is an example of the iconography of the Horus Falcon. this specific design was created by TigerHouseArt. it was titled Ancient Egyptian Falcon Art.

https://flic.kr/p/pEiEtk | Broad collar of Nefer Amulets. Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, photo Hans Ollermann. | Jewelry from the tomb of the three foreign wifes of Thutmose III. Wadi D, tomb I. New Kingdom. Dynasty 18. c. 1504-1450 BC. Menhet, Menwi and Merti were three foreign-born wives of pharaoh Thutmose III who were buried in a lavishly furnished rock-cut tomb in Wady Gabbanat el-Qurud. Their tomb was originally discovered in August 1916 in the desert mountain cliffs in the…

Broad collar of Nefer Egyptian gold necklace displayed in the Metropolitan Museum excavated from the Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III BC).

Two Egyptian glazed composition bead necklaces. New Kingdom - Late Period, circa 1550-332 B.C.

Two Egyptian glazed composition bead necklaces. New Kingdom - Late Period, circa 1550-332 B.C.

09 Gold sheet collars

Egyptian jewelry (any period): Wide, jeweled collars covered the chest, which appears in art from the Old Kingdom to the New Kingdom.