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Handmade faience  jewellery of ancient cultures

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Orders can be filled and delivered in Europe circa within one week, Outside Europe circa 10-12 days. If you have any special request, it can be filled within one month. The ordered items will be sent in a painted black gift box, if you ask it in e-mail or if you have any other question feel free to write me !! Thanks -
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Taweret goddess faience necklace

3 hippo / Tawaret /necklace

Turquoise and faience  beads

Tawaret was a goddess who protected women during pregnancy and childbirth. Appearance: head of a hippopotamus with the arms and legs of a lion, the back and tail of a crocodile, and the breasts and stomach of a pregnant woman.

39 $ Made to order !
Circa 1-2 week needed to make one.

Egyptian-Ankh-earring covered with gold luster

Bronze Ankh earring

Faience Ankh with gold luster


In ancient Egypt the Ankh symbolize the breath of eternal life. General meaning is "life - giving power"

15 $
Shipping in paper box.

Wedjat Eye faience necklace with mummy beads

Udjat eye amulet necklace

Size: 6,5x6,0 cm
Lenght: 54-55 cm

Cobalt blue and turquoise faience

The eye of the God Horus (the Udjat eye: the Egyptian word means; sound,whole,undamaged) was reputed for its great healing and protective power.

52 $
Shipping with registered airmail,in black wooden box
Made to order! We need circa 1 week to make one.

Nile green winged scarabeus faience necklace

Winged scarab necklace in green color

Size: 6,5x3,5 cm
Length: circa 43 cm

-green faience with gold luster 

The personification of the scarab god Khepri, a solar god of resurrection, and so the scarab also came to symbolize new life and creation.

29 $
in velvet case

Square Udjat Eye necklace - turquoise

Horus Eye amulet necklace - Turquoise and gold color

Size: 4,5x3,5 cm
Length: circa 50 cm

Horus, the son of Osiris and Isis, was called 'Horus who rules with two eyes.' His right eye was white representing the sun.
The eye served to ensure safety, protect health, and provide the wearer with wisdom and prosperity; it was called the 'all-seeing Eye.'

29.50 $
Shipping in black velvet case
Made to order. Circa 1 week.

Little turquoise scarab faience earring

Turquoise faience scarab earring

Most scarabs were made for the living. The small magical object was believed imbued with particualar protective powers that warded off evil and provided good things for the owner for this life

15 $
Shipping in paper box.

Winged scarabeus beetle with faience tube beads

Painted scarab beetle with mummy tube beads - wall hanging
Size: 9x3 cm

Sacred scarab when worn as a heart scarab or winged scarab to provide a safe journey into the Afterworld of the gods.
Egyptians carried the Scarab amulet to protect their hearts and give them long lives.

25 $
Shipping in wooden case
The faience tube beads may similar.

Egyptian turquoise lotus flower earring

Triangle Lotus earring - golden and turquoise

Tuquoise with gold colored faience lotus earring 
Painted on both side

Lotus Flower is a symbol of the sun, of creation and rebirth. In the creation myth it was a giant lotus which first rose out of the watery chaos at the beggining of time. From this lotus the sun itself emerged on the first day. 

16 $
Shipping in paper box.

Egyptian faience Bastet goddess necklace in turquoise color

Turquoise faience Bastet, seated Cat goddess necklace with blue glass beads

Size: 4x2 cm \ length: circa 52 cm
The collar covered with gold luster.

Bastet was the goddess of fire, cats, of the home and pregnant women. According to one myth, she was the personification of the soul of Isis. She was also called the "Lady of the East". As such, her counterpart as "Lady of the West" was Sekhmet.
In Egypt all cats were considered property of the Pharaohs.

22 $
Shipping in paper box.

Gold and black Udjat eye - Eye of Ra

Gold - black Horus Eye on bronze chain
Lenght: circa 42cm

Thoth, the God of magic and the moon, used his powers to reassemble Horus’s eye and returned it to Horus. It was a symbol of the power of the God of light, and therefore a popular amulet for protection and good luck. On presenting his eye to Osiris, Osiris experienced rebirth.
The Eye of Horus symbolizes protection and the bringing of wisdom. The eye also symbolizes our ability to see with clarity and truthfulness.

26 $
Shipping in black velvet case


Turquoise Ankh with Was scepter

Size: 12x6 cm
Turquoise faience, with gold decoration - wall Hanging

The ancient gods of Egypt are often depicted as carrying ankh signs. We find many other gods often holding the ankh sign, along with a scepter and Djed pilar, in various tomb and temple reliefs, placing it in front of the king's face to symbolize the breath of eternal life.

32 $
Shipping in black velvet case
Sorry, out of stock !!!


Gold headed Horus necklace

Size: 3,5 x 3,5 cm

Turquoise faience with gold lustre

Horus (Egyptian Har or Hor). Egyptian sky god. He was the son of Osiris and Isis. It was a symbol of the power of the God of light, and therefore a popular amulet for protection.

21 $
Out of stock.


Big Heart Scarab Necklace
Size: 5cm x 3.5cm

The large scarab is often placed over the heart, sometimes with an inscription on the back side on it - text 30. from the Book of Dead -, and thus known as a Heart  Scarab. They are usually made of faience or stone. The sacred 'sun' scarab, giving light and warmth.

29 $
Shipping in black velvet case

Flower of life grey faience pendant
Flower of life pendant

Flower of Life pendant
Size: 4 cm

 The oldest known example of Flower of Life is in the Temple of Osiris at Abydos. Some suggest they are over 6,000 years old, and may date back to as long ago as 10,500 B.C. or earlier. It has been said that the Flower of Life may possibly represent the Eye of Horus.

12 $
Shipping in black velvet case.

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Egyptian black faience Ankh necklace

black faience Ankh
Size: 4,5cm x 2.3cm

Meaning: While the origins of the ankh may be obscure, the meaning is certainly clear - "life". It is with this basic connotation that the sign is carried in the hands of many Egyptian deities. The ankh may represent the life-giving elements of air and water. It was often shown being offered to the king's lips as a symbol of the "breath of life."

16.50 $
Shipping in paper box.

Egyptian Royal blue Horus Eye necklace with mummy beads

Royal blue Horus Eye necklace
Size: 4x2.5 cm
It was a symbol of the power of the God of light, and therefore a popular amulet for protection and good luck.

29.50 $
made to order. Circa 1 week.

Turquoise Thot \ Ibis bird necklace - faience amulet

Turquoise Ibis bird necklace
Size: 3cm x 2.5cm
Faience covered with turquoise glaze.
The Ibis was a sacred bird in Ancient Egypt, most closely identified with the moon god Thoth, the messanger of the sun god Ra, who is often represented as an ibis-headed man or as a baboon.
Thoth, was credited as the inventor of astronomy, writing, and mathematics.
He is related with the moon.

24 $
Shipping in black velvet case.


Faience Braclet with Beads and Scarabs
Dark blue and gold faience beads with 3 scarabs

18 $

blue egyptian lotus earring

Faience Earring with Lotus flowers in blue and white

Lotus Flower is a symbol of the sun, of creation and rebirth. In the creation myth it was a giant lotus which first rose out of the watery chaos at the beggining of time. From this lotus the sun itself emerged on the first day. 

15 $


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