These earrings feature a combination of ancient blue ceramic beads, carnelian and gold finished spacers is similar to that found in a piece of jewelry belonging to the High Priest Pi-nudjem II from Thebes, virtual ruler of Upper Egypt during the latter part of the 21st Dynasty (ca. 960 B.C).
In ancient Egypt, gold was regarded as a divine metal related to the shining sun god, Ra.
Lapis was considered a sacred stone with powers of celestial origin. Carnelian was believed to be the stone of courage and physical power.
Materials: Blue glass beads, carnelian beads, pewter with gold finish.
Height: 2-1/4" , Width: 1/2"
Made in the U.S.A.
Perfect for those that love Egyptian jewelry!