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These earrings are composed of multiple symbols; 18KT gold tear
drops adorned with pear-cut & pave diamonds for the sun disk, the
snake set in waves adorned with diamonds.
In Egyptian mythology, the snake symbol represented royalty and
divinity. The tears of the sun God ‘Ra’ provided liquid gold honey to
This 18KT gold ring features an ascher-cut diamond at the center
with two pear-shaped diamonds from both sides adorned with
The ancient Egyptians were among the first known people to exchange
wedding rings; their belief in eternity was an important underpinning to a
marriage in that one endeavored to make one’s life on earth, and
other’s, as pleasurable as possible so that one could enjoy it forever.
This 18KT gold ear cuff encrusted with round diamonds set in
NUT was the goddess of the sky, stars, cosmos, astronomy in the ancient Egyptian
religion. She was seen as a star-covered woman arching over the Earth.
This ring is composed of cushion-cut emerald stone adorned with
pave diamonds and ruby set between two 18K gold lotuses with
This flower, along with the papyrus flower, was shown
throughout Egypt in tombs and temples to symbolize the
sun, creation and rebirth.
This stackable ring features an eye adorned with pave diamonds
set in 18KT gold.
Eyes were the most important organ in Egyptian thought, as they allowed
perception of the real world. Egyptians also exaggerated their eyes with
bold liner in veneration of the gods, as they believed it possessed magical
properties in providing protection from diseases and warded off the Evil
This stackable 18KT gold ring has multiple pyramid shapes set
with diamonds rising above a wave of graduating marquis
The pyramids were built as monuments to house the tombs of the pharaohs. Death
was glorified as merely the beginning of a journey to the other world.
This multiple layer necklace is made of textured 18K gold coins with
flushed-setting diamonds symbolizing the sun.
the Sun God Ra has always been the greatest god in
Egypt. He was the patron of the sun, heaven, kingship,
power, and light. He was not only the deity who governed
the actions of the sun, he could also be the physical sun
itself, as well as the day
This double ring in 18KT gold features a diamond-encrusted eye
and pear-cut emerald stone.
The eye of RA also known as the “all seeing eye” was a powerful
symbol of protection, complimented with emeralds, a symbol of
These statement 18KT gold framed earrings feature multiple lotus
motifs and patterns adorned with dangling pear-shaped
diamonds and pave emeralds, with triple pear-shaped emeralds
Back in Egyptians times, the lotus flower was very important in
their religion Meaning creation and rebirth.
This statement ring in 18K gold features an oval-cut pink topaz
stone adorned with pave diamonds and trillion-cut blue topazes
held between two lotuses.
The Sesen is the lotus flower used extensively in Egyptian art, and
represented the power of the sun, creation, rebirth, and regeneration. The
lotus flower is often depicted in bloom with a long stem.
This dainty earring is composed of an 18KT gold eye adorned
with diamonds pave and a dangling diamond drop.
According to Egyptian mythology, when the ancient Egyptian sun
god Re cried, his tears turned into liquid gold honey upon
touching the ground.
This statement open cuff is made of two opposing waves of 18KT
gold adorned with pave diamonds.
Tefnut is a deity of moisture, moist air, dew and rain in Ancient
Egyptian religion. She was more directly responsible for maintaining
life than nearly any other deity.
These statement round earrings are composed of a cushion-cut
blue sapphire adorned with pave diamonds and a hollow 18KT
gold hoop beneath with graduating marquis ruby.
TWOSRET was the last known female ruler and the final pharaoh
of the Nineteenth Dynasty of Egypt and one of the few women to
rule ancient Egypt as a king with full pharaonic honors.
This mismatched 18K gold earring features two immaculatelydetailed snakes with graduating emerald drops and pave diamond
eyes and tails.
The snakes or UAREI were used as a symbol of sovereignty, royalty, deity and divine power so are
emeralds, known as “gems of the kings”.
This double open ring is composed of two textured snake-heads
facing one another adorned with pave diamonds and emerald
Wadjet, the goddess of Lower Egypt, could take the form of a
snake. Her counterpart was Nekhbet the goddess of Upper
Egypt and together the pair represented the unity of the two
This handmade 18K gold ring features a vibrant blue topaz oval-cut
stone set in temple-inspired sides adorned with pave diamonds.
the Eye of Horus symbolized all the sustenance given to the gods in the temple cult. It was believed to
have protective magical power and appeared frequently in ancient Egyptian art
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