Horus Egyptian Pendent Necklace Falcon Sterling Silver Vintage OOAK DazzleCity

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I purchased this item in Egypt early 90's - it was not new when I found it. I've scoured the net for another but never found another one. It has excellent detail with a wing span of 1 3/8" wide. The bail is large enough fo accommodate a small to medium chain. 1 1/8" tall. Mint never worn condition. I would love for a caster to snatch this piece - it needs to be saved. It is stamped on the back with the regular egyptian stamp.

Horus was the Egyptian god of the Sky. The Eye of Horus, also known as wadjet eye, wedjat eye or udjat eye, is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power, and good health. Horus was the Egyptian god of the Sky represented by the falcon. Horus, was worshiped all over Egypt, especially in Pe, Bendet and Khem. He was the only child of Osiris and Isis, two central deities in the Egyptian pantheon. He would avenge the death of his father and become a pharaoh of Egypt. While Horus won the throne of Egypt, Set mutilated his nephew's eye hence the one eye