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Egyptian Eye Necklace

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Ancient Egyptian Necklace

An Egyptian jewel that represents the eye of the god Horus; 

A god worshipped in the upper and lower Egypt, God of the azure, he perceives through the moon and the sun.Chaque 

King of Egypt is considered as the incarnation of the god Horus who is their Protector.

  • A protective necklace has an incredible and symbolic history
  • Authentic Egyptian jewel representing one of the most revered symbols of ancient Egyp
  • The Eye of Horus is one of the most famous symbols of ancient Egypt. Also known as Wadjet, this magical symbol is supposed to offer protection, health and rejuvenation. Because of its powerful protective powers, the Eye of Horus was popularly used as amulets by ancient Egyptians, both living and dead. Even today, the Eye of Horus continues to be used as a symbol of protection and is used to represent Egyptian jewelry.

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    Although the ancient Egyptian civilization has come to an end, the belief in the power of the Eye of Horus has continued and this symbolis still used by many today. For example, in Mediterranean countries, fishermen often painted this symbol on their boats to protect themselves. In addition, many people still wear the Eye of Horus as a jewel, to protect themselves from the unwillingness of others. The Eye of Horus is also popular among occultists and conspiracy theorists, who consider it not only as a protective symbol, but also as a symbol of power, knowledge and illusion.

    Wearing this Egyptian Horus Eye necklace allows you to remain under its protection. Giving it to a loved one is a good idea to protect them wherever they are.

    • Link chain / Pendant size: 2.7 X 2.7 cm / Material: Alloy + Glass
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      Size Guide

      The Egyptian SYMBOLS Store Size Guide

      It is essential to know the size of your wrist and/or finger before making your purchase.

      This guide will help you define your size for your future Egyptian bracelet or Egyptian ring.

      The method is relatively simple, download the guides and make sure you print them in full A4 format. Then determine your size by carefully following the instructions.

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      Egyptian Rings

      How to measure your finger size?
      Download Your Print Sheet : Guide des tailles pour bagues ici.

      You can determine your size by using a perfectly adjusted ring or by measuring the size of your finger.

      We present you two methods to easily find the ring size you need, as well as the size mapping table:

      SIZE Inside diameter Circumference
      US & Canada (reference size for your order) France Switzerland - Italy - Spain mm Inches mm Inches
      4 47 6 1/2 14.86 0.585 46.68 1.84
      4.5 48 8 15.27 0.601 47.97 1.89
      5 51 9 1/2 15.70 0.618 49.32 1.94
      5.5 51 3/4 10 1/2 16.10 0.634 50.58 1.99
      6 52 3/4 12 16.51 0.650 51.87 02.04
      6.5 54 13 1/2 16.92 0.666 53.16 02.09
      7 55 1/4 14 1/2 17.35 0.683 54.51 2.15
      7.5 56 1/2 16 17.75 0.699 55.76 2.20
      8 57 3/4 17 18.19 0.716 57.15 2.25
      8.5 58 18 1/2 18.53 0.729 58.21 2.29
      9 60 20 18.89 0.748 59.34 2.35
      9.5 61 21 19.41 0.764 60.98 2.40
      10 62 22 1/2 19.84 0.781 62.33 2.45
      10.5 63 1/2 23 1/2 20.20 0.797 63.46 2.50
      11 65 25 20.68 0.814 64.97 2.56
      11.5 66 26 21.08 0.830 66.22 2.61
      12 67 1/2 27 1/2 21.49 0.846 67.51 2.66
      12.5 69 29 21.89 0.862 68.77 2.71
      13 70 30 22.33 0.879 70.15 2.76
      13.5 71 32 22.60 0.890 71.00 2.80
       

      How to choose a ring size?

      The most important factor when buying a ring is to make sure you choose the right size. Here are 2 easy ways to measure your finger:

      Method 1: Measure the diameter of one of your rings with a ruler
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      Measure the inner diameter of your ring with your ruler and note the size in mm. Compare your measurement with the table above in the "Diameter" column to determine your size.

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      Méthode 2 : Mesurer la circonférence de votre doigt à l’aide d’une ficelle ou d’un papier, et d’une règle

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      1. Wrap a piece of string or paper around the base of your finger without applying pressure to keep the size right and comfortable.
      2. Mark the two strands of string or paper where they overlap to form a complete circle.
      3. Measure the length of the section of string or paper on rigid rulers graduated in millimetres (mm), between the two marks.
      4. Look for and compare your measurement with the table below, in the "Circumference" column to determine the size of your ring.

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