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Silver Cartouche Jewelry

Ancient Egyptian Jewelry History Before the first written hieroglyphs of history to Cleopatra's demise in 30 BC, Egyptian jewelry was not just for adornment. It had other religious and magical purposes, such as the scarab for rebirth and renewal and the ankh amulet as a symbol of eternal life. Gold was the metal of choice for the pharaoh; it was thought to be the flesh of the sun-god Ra, and eternal. Silver was considered to be a form of white gold, and from Isis, goddess of the moon. It was often studded with stones, such as lapis, turquoise, and carnelian. We have a large selection of Egyptian jewelry, all inspired by ancient Egyptian craftsman and brought to you with over 30 years experience. Our popular Cartouche, a name plate for ancient Egyptian kings and queens, is available sterling silver, 18k gold, or 2-tone combination.




Eye of Horus/Scarab Cartouche Dark Silver




Inlaid Malachite Cartouche Silver Frame

 



Egyptian silver jewelry
Lotus Flower Cartouche Oxidized Dark Silver

 



Cartouche jewelry
Wide Cartouche Sterling Silver

 



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Egyptian Horus Cartouche Dark Sterling Silver

 



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Arabic Personalized Egyptian Cartouche Silver

 



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Enameled Egyptian Cartouche Jewelry

 



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Egyptian Eye of Horus Cartouche Jewelry

 



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Seated Egyptian Horus Cartouche Silver Jewelry  



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Egyptian Queen Cleopatra's Cartouche Antique Silver



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Ankh Cartouche Gold Hieroglyphics Silver Back



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Winged Lotus Flower Inlaid Malachite Cartouche Silver
 



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Silver Nefertiti Cartouche



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Silver Cartouche Pendant



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Silver turquoise Cartouche



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Silver Egyptian Pendant
 



egyptian silver jewelry
Silver Cartouche Lotus Flower



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Egyptian Silver Cartouche Bracelet



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Silver Cartouche Lapis Pendant



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Egyptian Scarab Cartouche Pendant

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