Double-Faced Gold Cartouche Pendant 5gm with Free Shipping

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Double-Faced Gold Cartouche Pendant 5gm with Free Shipping

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  • This pure 18K gold cartouche captures the majestic and royal spirit of the ancient Egyptian pharaohs.
  • Have your name engraved in beautiful hieroglyphic letters just like ancient Egyptian royalty.
  • A cartouche is an oval frame which surrounds the hieroglyphs that make up the name of an Egyptian God or royalty. A cartouche represents a looped rope which has the magical power to protect the name that is written inside it.
  • Order now this royal solid gold cartouche, handcrafted by our expert artisans in the heart of Cairo.
  • Act now and have your personal cartouche pendant shipped to you free of charge within 10 to 15 days maximum.
  • Weight: 5 grams
$547.00
Availability: In stock
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Handmade 18k gold simple cartouche pendant is carved by expert artisans in the heart of Cairo embracing Egypt’s Pharaonic royal roots with the highest quality gold available.

The cartouche is one of the most iconic and significant symbols to emerge from ancient Egypt. When reading hieroglyphics, the symbols enclosed in oval shapes are referred to as cartouches. Enclosed in these simple ovals are the names of Egyptian pharaohs. This critical discovery helped archaeologists decipher the hieroglyphic writing system.

Its shape is quite elegant. It is a simple oval with a line running tangent to it. The cartouche’s Egyptian name is shenu. Shenu refers to what is encircles. It takes the appearance of a loop of rope, which represents a shen ring or a circle representing eternity. A shen ring is also considered a protective symbol.

Cartouches were not just used for royalty. There were also used to write the name of the gods as well. The emergence of the cartouche is brought on by the pharaohs at end of the 3rd dynasty. However, it was Pharaoh Sneferu that put in place this royal practice officially. Typically the cartouche is vertical and fashioned with a horizontal line.

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