Product Description: This Tutankhamun Winged Horus Pendant is made from metal with stunning and colourful enamel inlay. The Tutankhamun winged Horus is supplied on a gold chain. The pendant is mounted on a fold-over information card, which has images of a wadjet eye pectoral with hieroglyphics down the sides on the front. There are two different pendants available, so on the reverse there are images of the two original pendants together with a description of both.
Information: This beautiful pectoral pendant is copied from the original found in the tomb of Tutankhamun and illustrates the finest workmanship of the early Egyptian jewellers.
Winged Horus pectoral depicting the god Horus in the form of a falcon with the sun disk on its head. With both wings outstretched, it holds the ankh (symbol of life) and the shen ring (representing eternal protection) in each talon. The original was made of gold inlaid with lapis lazuli, carnelian and coloured glass paste. It was found in the tomb of King Tutankhamun, who reigned circa 1336-1327 BCE during the 18th Dynasty.