These earrings combine the most popular colors of dynastic Egypt. Blue represents heaven, red, symbolizing blood, represents life. Gold, with its enduring luster, reflects the powerful rays of the sun god. The original piece of jewelry, found in Tutankhamun's tomb, was used as a replacement for a piece of jewelry with semi-precious stones. It dates back to the New Kingdom, 18th Dynasty 1555-1085 BC.
Royal Egyptian earrings made of lapis and sterling silver with 22 carat gold plating. Stickers
Material: 22 carat gold-plated silver and lapis
Length: 0.98 inches.
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