Product Description: This Tutankhamun Winged Horus Brooch is made from metal with stunning and colourful enamel inlay. The brooch is fitted with a brooch bar on the reverse, so it can be secured to clothing. The winged Horus brooch is supplied in a presentation box together with a card providing historical information.
Information: This beautiful brooch is a reproduction of the Pectoral jewel of Tutankhamun depicting Horus in the form of a falcon.
Horus is shown with outspread wings around the sun disk, holding shen rings, the symbols of eternal protection in his claws.
The pectoral is a symbol of protection and divine power, and it showcases the exquisite craftsmanship and wealth of the New Kingdom period in ancient Egypt.
Pectorals were ornamental chest pieces worn by kings and high-ranking individuals as a symbol of their power and status. These pieces were typically made of precious materials such as gold, silver, and gemstones.
This Pectoral was found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun, who reigned circa 1336-1327 BCE during the 18th Dynasty.