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AUTHENTIC EGYPTIAN SILVER PENDANT FOR CELL PHONES Other
Randburg, Gauteng - South Africa

AUTHENTIC EGYPTIAN SILVER PENDANT FOR CELL PHONES Other Randburg, Gauteng - South Africa

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AUTHENTIC EGYPTIAN SILVER PENDANT FOR CELL PHONES Other Randburg, Gauteng - South Africa

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AUTHENTIC EGYPTIAN SILVER PENDANT FOR CELL PHONES
 
Absolutely new and Unique Pharoanic Designs for cell phone accessories.  A Genuine Egyptian enamelled Silver (800) Pharoanic design Pendant hanging on a dandy pure Japanese silk lace, making it an ideal fashionable piece of art for your cell phone.
Available in 10 selected icons from the Ancient Egyptian Civilization. Such as King Tut, Queen Nefertiti, Queen Cleopatra, Goddess ISIS, The Sphinx, The Egyptian Scarab, The Egyptian Cartouche (Hieroglyphic Pictograph), The Key of Life, and The Eye of Horus. Please see photos of the collection
IDEAL FOR GIFTS
The 800 stands for 800 grade silver or 800 parts of silver per 1000 parts.
  Designed and Made in Egypt.
Jewellery in Ancient Egypt:
Ancient Egyptians began making their jewellery during the Badari and Naqada eras from simple natural materials; for example, plant branches, shells, beads, solid stones or bones. These were arranged in threads of flax or cow hair. To give these stones some brilliance, Egyptians began painting them with glass substances. Since the era of the First Dynasty, ancient Egyptians were skilled in making handmade silver and gold jewellery featuring solid semiprecious stones. The art of goldsmithing reached its peak in the Middle Kingdom, when Egyptians mastered the technical methods and accuracy in making pieces of jewellery. During the New Kingdom, goldsmithing flourished in an unprecedented way because of regular missions to the Eastern Desert and Nubia in the southern region of Egypt, to extract metals. These substances were processed and inlaid with all sorts of semiprecious stones found in Egypt; for example, gold, turquoise, agate, and silver


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