The necklaces in our shop have designs that are inspired from the many religious symbols of ancient Egyptian civilization staged by its craftsmen with unparalleled dexterity and imagination.
But in addition to the aesthetics of our articles and their quality, we also offer our customers necklaces with a history: that of civilization and the Egyptian divine pantheon.
That's why we also provide you with a blog about ancient Egypt that will allow you to understand the history of the articles in our store (and guaranteed without boredom!). This blog is a real plus for our customers because it allows them to discover everything that is behind their acquisitions and to amaze their relatives with their knowledge of them.
Egyptian necklace - men
The Egyptian necklaces are particularly dedicated to the men who are most reluctant to wear jewelry. An Egyptian necklace is very socially tolerated and can be worn in any context.
Even better, an Egyptian necklace is also perceived as a cultural asset, which makes it even more acceptable to everyone. An Egyptian necklace therefore has a double benefit for you: minimal risk taking in exchange for the raw style conferred by figures like Horus, Ra or Sobek who will honor your masculine essence.
Egyptian necklace - women
Due to an Egyptian influence that continues to this day after 3000 years of existence (women's jewelry originated in ancient Egypt), Egyptian necklaces have always had a place in women's wardrobe.
Whether it's a pearl necklace inspired by the hieroglyphics of Luxor or a necklace-pendant made of zirconium (a semi-precious stone) inspired by the fantasies of pharaonic jewelry, we guarantee that these pieces of the Nile valley will set you apart.
To honor a refined style, nothing is more sumptuous than our necklaces bearing the attributes of the great Egyptian goddesses Isis, Hathor and Bastet, the cat goddess. A necklace is one of the most powerful pieces of women's jewelry that will take you back to the times of Tutankhamun, Nefertiti, Ramesses II, Khufu.
Egyptian jewelry (316L stainless steel)
We have a wide choice of Egyptian necklaces that will allow you to find the one that is ideal for you. This wide range of choices combined with our blog and the quality of our articles will guarantee you to leave with the best necklace imaginable. You will become the holder of a piece of ancient Egyptian history.
Stainless steel is great because well worked and mixed with a bit of zirconium oxides, it can look like any kind of crystals: rhinestone ruby, aventurine, agate, amazonite, citrine. It is therefore up to us to offer you jewelry whose steel cabochons will impress your entourage.
Egyptian JEWELRY (sterling silver 925)
Our few silver Egyptian necklaces will satisfy those of you looking for a more special piece made of the noblest material.
Our necklaces made of pure silver will highlight the refinement of your style, while the choice of a medallion made of "pure history" will highlight the refinement of your culture!
Better than a pink quartz engagement ring, a turquoise wedding band made of silver plated metal, a plated signet ring, a multi-carat sapphire charm or a gold and silver ring: our necklaces will surprise you because they have a heavy history that gives a lot of power to their design.
Ankh necklaces and others pendants
- Necklace "Eye of Horus": a yellow gold-plated necklace with the effigy of the eye of the vision of the invisible (the left eye of Horus, sometimes covered with feathers and called Udjat eye).
- Necklace "Eye of Ra": a necklace of amethyst color with the effigy of the eye of the god of creation and punishment (the right eye of Ra).
- Necklace "Apep": a necklace of a color between lapis lazuli blue and white gold decorated with the great divine serpent Apep, the Sun devourer.
- Necklace "Miysis": a sterling silver necklace with the portrait of the fierce lion-god of the Egyptian war.
- Necklace "Uraeus": a necklace set with rhodium-plated gemstones representing the divine female cobra Wadjet, the guardian of the pharaohs.
- Necklace "Ankh": a zirconium oxide necklace representing the powerful symbol of Egyptian life.
- Necklace "Pharaoh": a fancy garnet necklace with the effigy of the great ruler of Egypt, intermediary between men and gods in Egypt.
- Necklace "Heart of Nut": a necklace made of a moonstone which will remind you by its colors the delights of Egypt: topaz, tiger eye tourmaline and jasper labradorite.
- Medal "Anubis": a necklace of the jackal/wolf god that the greatest master jewelers and goldsmiths, great manufacturers of necklaces and earrings of diamond, would envy. In short, a necklace that is the centerpiece of our jewelry collection that would make you jealous of all the sphinxes of ancient Egypt!
Towards an "Egyptian style" use of our necklaces
Ancient Egyptians would have loved to be able to visit our online store. Seeing our articles would have been something that would have been appreciated by the people of a prosperous country that was a golden age for jewelry, goldsmithing and silversmithing.
Being impossible for them to do this from their sarcophagi, we have paid homage to them by describing the different ways they wore their jewelry during their era:
- To the ears: the ancient Egyptians wore pairs of hanging earrings adorned with a beautiful diamond or at least solid gold earrings for the richest Egyptians.
- Necklaces: The inhabitants of Cairo and Luxor liked pure gold necklaces with diamond pearls and necklaces with one or two impressively sized gems (mostly aquamarines, large sapphires or corundums). Silver or rhodium pendants and diamond necklaces set with spinels were also very popular pieces at that time.
- Wrist: The wrists of the citizens of the Nile valley were adorned with silver jewelry, rose gold bracelets, gold bracelets and gemmologically refined sodalite gemstone bracelets.
- On the finger: the choice was vast: silver rings, gold rings, engagement rings, rhodium-plated silver rings, superb wedding rings that created an eternal marriage contract. These Egyptian rings and, above all, these wedding rings were real treasures and could include many precious and semi-precious stones.
- At the ankle: since the ankle was not very visible, fantasy jewelry was more acceptable at this location. White gold jewelry and Egyptian silver bracelets featuring the major deities of ancient Egypt were therefore widespread.