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Two designs of Egyptian keyrings: Anubis and Tutankhamun (from left to right), approx 1 3/4" in height. These elaborate designs resemble Art Deco style. Make sure you check the enlarged picture - these keyrings are truly amazing!
Egyptian Priest Candle Stick
Tutankhamun Cartouche Jewellery Gilt
The name Tutankhamun stands for "the living image of Amun". Name of a king is associated with the strength and power. Cartouche is an ellipsoid enclosure containing a throne name or the birth name of a king. 1" (2.5cm) long. Supplied with a black cotton cord.
Kneeling Isis Statue
Embossed Egyptian Pyramid
A beautiful embossed pyramid with a different Egyptian motiff on each side. It is finished in old gold colour. The sides depict Egyptian gods and kings. Featured are Osiris and Horus amongst others.
The base is 3-1/4" by 3-1/4" (8 by 8cm)
Ankh Trinket Box
Kemet is a revival of the ancient Egyptian religion. It is a spiritual path that was initiated in USA. Kemet stands for "black land" and refers to the fertile soil around the Nile river. As many of the revival spiritual paths, Kemetic symbols are very important for the practitioners. Some of the most popular Kemetic symbols are the Ankh, the Eye of Horus and a Scarab - many of them can be found in our shop. If you want to learn more about this spiritual path, click here
Bookmark This Page About Egyptian Amulets
Learn more about Egyptian symbols using this navigation panel. Ankh or the Key of Life is by far the best known amulet of Ancient Egypt. Also scarab beetle has retained its popularity as a decorative item or a ritual atribute. If you have questions about Egyptian traditions or any other related topic, feel free to contact us.
This is a World Heritage shop. You might also wish to visit The Terracotta Warriors shop.