This Gold God Horus Pendant is a beautiful and unique piece of jewelry that is sure to make a statement. Crafted from high-quality gold Filling, this pendant is designed to last for years to come. The intricate detailing of the design gives it a prestigious look that will be admired by all who see it. This pendant can be worn as a fashion accessory or used as a talisman to ward off evil power and bring positivity and protection. It is believed to have healing powers and can be used to harness its metaphysical properties. It is also believed to bring spiritual healing and protection. This pendant is handmade with great attention to detail, making it a truly special piece of jewelry. It is perfect for anyone looking for a unique piece of jewelry that has spiritual and healing properties. It is also great for those looking for a piece of jewelry that will last for years to come.
- Made In Egypt, This pendant is designed to fit any chain up to 5MM ( 0.2 inches) in thickness. It is made of high-quality materials and is designed to last for years. The pendant is lightweight and easy to wear, making it perfect for everyday wear.
- Easily attach this amulet to any necklace for a stunning and eye-catching look and Show off your style with this high quality Egyptian Jewelry gold filled amulet.
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- HANDCRAFTED STYLISH Jewelry: All our pendants are Handmade Jewelry with meaning; Impressive and unique, our good luck amulets and evil eye talismans are aimed to make you stand out from the crowd, to bring balance and joy to your life.
- Horus is an ancient Egyptian god, most commonly associated with the sky, war, and protection. He is one of the most significant deities in ancient Egyptian religion, and is most often depicted as a falcon-headed man wearing the crown of Upper and Lower Egypt. He was most often depicted as a falcon, most likely a lanner or peregrine, or as a man with a falcon head.