Gemstone Earrings - Egyptian Museum Reproductions
Ancient Egypt, one of the richest and most advanced of the early civilizations, appeared on the stage of history around 3100 B.C. (Dynasty I). Hieroglyphic scripts and tomb decorations document the Egyptians' belief in the afterlife, their mythology and deities. Jewelry was often worn as protective talismans. Gold was believed to reflect the life-giving rays of the sun.
Available in Three Styles:
- A - Tigris Earrings - Black onyx, carnelian, brass beads with gold finish
- B - Cleopatra Aventurine Earrings - Aventurine tube, carnelian, pewter with gold finish
- C - Egyptian Lapis and Turquoise Earrings - Lapis tube, turquoise, brass with gold finish
- Ships with information card about the inspiration behind the piece.
- Length: 1 1/2" (approx.)
- Made in United States
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