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Step into the enchanting world of ancient Egypt with our mesmerizing Ancient Egyptian broad collar necklace. This extraordinary piece showcases intricate craftsmanship, reminiscent of the Usekh or Wesekh, a type of personal ornament that was highly popular in ancient Egyptian culture.


The collar necklace is adorned with a symphony of symbolic elements, each meticulously depicted to convey a profound meaning. Delicate lotus flowers and leaves grace the necklace, symbolizing purity, rebirth, and the eternal cycle of life. The presence of the scarab, known as Khepri, serves as a powerful representation of transformation, renewal, and the rising sun.

At each end of the necklace, golden hawk heads proudly stand, one turned right and the other turned left. Hawks were revered as sacred creatures in Egyptian religion, embodying the war gods Montu and Sokar. The goddess Hathor herself, occasionally depicted as a female falcon, adds a touch of divine femininity to this majestic piece.

Interwoven amidst the symbolism, fish pendants offer a touch of magic and enchantment. In the eyes of the ancient Egyptians, these fish were believed to hold fertility and regenerative powers, forging a connection to the goddess Hathor and her blessings of abundance and prosperity.

Crafted with utmost care and attention to detail, the necklace features a combination of precious stones. The warm glow of 18k gold captures the essence of Egyptian opulence and divine radiance. Coral, with its vibrant hues ranging from delicate pinks to fiery reds, symbolizes vitality, passion, and protection. Turquoise, with its celestial blue shade, evokes a sense of balance, spiritual expansion, and protection against negative energies. Deep blue lapis lazuli, associated with royalty and spirituality, adds an element of cosmic wonder and introspection.

Embrace the legacy of ancient Egypt and immerse yourself in the profound symbolism of this remarkable necklace. As you don this piece, feel the weight of history and the power of the gods resting upon your shoulders. It is not merely a necklace, but a portal to the mystical world of the pharaohs, a wearable testament to the timeless beauty and significance of Egyptian culture.

Usekh | Collar

  • •Design : Ancient Egyptian broad collar necklace

    •Symbols : Lotus flowers, Leaves, scarab (khepri), Sun & Moon symbolism, Fish, Hawk


    •Significance and Symbolism of Precious Stones: 18K Gold, Coral, Turquoise, Lapis lazuli


    Hawk - Its wealth is affirmed in the refinement of the golden hawk heads at each end, one turning right, the other turning left. Hawks have always been sacred in Egyptian religion. They represented the war gods Montu and Sokar, and the goddess Hathor was sometimes portrayed as a female falcon. 


    Fish- The Egyptians probably viewed the magical power of the fish pendants in terms of fertility and regeneration and perhaps connected the wearers to the goddess Hathor.


    The Egyptians probably viewed the magical power of the fish pendants in terms of fertility and regeneration, and perhaps connected the wearers themselves to the goddess Hathor.


    The Usekh or Wesekh is a personal ornament, a type of broad collar or necklace. It was one of the most common types of ancient Egyptian jewelry. It could be composed of faience beads, flower petals, or gold with semi-precious stone or glass inlays. 

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