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Horus 18K Plated Brass & Enamel Necklace by Hen + Bear

C$68.00
Hen + Bear named this beautiful necklace after the famous eye. Dainty and "eye-catching", made with 18k gold plated brass, eyes are enamel.
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In ancient Egyptian mythology, the god Horus had the head of a falcon, along with falcon-like eyes. Son of osiris and isis, according to the myth, Horus lost his left eye in battle and the god Khunsu restored it. Thus, this iconic figure came to become the god of sky and war, with his right eye representing the sun, and his left, the moon. *fun fact: look up the eye of Horus symbol, and then compare it to the rx symbol of modern day medicine... see any similarities?

Details: 18k gold plated brass, eyes are enamel (all hardware is 100% brass)  //  16 inches  // designed and made in Canada

About Hen + Bear

Genevieve Smolders, the creative drive behind hen + Bear jewelry, majored in fashion communications at Ryerson University in Toronto, Canada. She prides her line in being purely handmade.

Each piece is hand-made and unique, adding to the overall distinctiveness. Inspiration comes from both aboriginal and bohemain cultures, nature, and raw materials.

Hen + Bear's materials used include: gold, white gold & silver plate, brass & vintage brass charms, semi-precious stones, and a touch of love.

 

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