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Wadjet Eye Pendant
Quantity:  £2.90

The Egyptians shared their environment with many different beasts, birds, fish and reptiles. These animals would appear on many objects including sculptures, jewellery and hieroglyphics. These animals were thought of as part of the ‘world system’ made by the sun god, and as earthly versions of many gods.

The Eye of Horus or Wadjet Eye symbolised both the vengeful eye of the sun god and the eye of the god Horus. It was said to protect everything behind it.

This Wadjet Eye pendant is made from lead-free pewter and is 22ct gold plated and is supplied on a waxed cord. The information card is full colour on the front and has historical information on the reverse.

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