These stunning pendants are made from steel and plated in silver or gold and the design incorporates the Eye of Horus, Scarab beetle and the Ankh cross.
The ankh symbol—sometimes referred to as the key of life or the key of the nile—is representative of eternal life in Ancient Egypt. Created by Africans long ago, the ankh is said to be the first--or original--cross.
Scarabs were symbols of rebirth, resurrection, transformation, and growth. People wore scarab amulets for good luck and protection. The bodies of the dead were adorned with scarabs to ensure that they could travel safely to the afterlife and move on to the next world.
Eye of Horus, in ancient Egypt, symbol representing protection, health, and restoration. Category: History & Society. According to Egyptian myth, Horus lost his left eye in a struggle with Seth. The eye was magically restored by Hathor, and this restoration came to symbolize the process of making whole and healing.
Each pendant comes complete in a gift bag.
Pendants measure approximately 2.4cm/0.94" in width x 3cm/1.18" in height.
The rope chain measures approximately 18" and extends to 20".