Gold Egyptian Cartouche Ring “Amun”

$565

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    sizing is available up to 3 sizes larger or smaller.

    Select the desired size and add the option to your cart for 30€.  Please note that resizing adds a delay of one week to 10 days to your order shipment.  Also note that rings that have been resized can neither be taken back nor exchanged.

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Description

This new TransfÓ or transformation signed ÓNÍSÌ PARIS is a cartouche from an Egyptian bracelet from the 50s in 18 carat gold which had 3 cartouches. Mounted on a vintage 18-carat gold band and featuring an asymmetrical design, this sublime cartouche features the sacred scarab motif, a lucky charm in Egyptian culture. A sublime and unique piece.
Size: FR 57 / UK Q / US 8
Weight: 3.27g
Egyptian hallmark
This unique piece had a previous life in Egypt.

The story: Egyptian cartouches were used in ancient Egyptian art and writing to frame the names of pharaohs or high-ranking individuals. It symbolizes eternity and the importance of the person whose name is inscribed inside. Here, the vulture is a symbol of the goddess of Nekhbet, a deity who symbolized pharaonic protection, while the lion has become the symbol of valour transferred to the person of the Pharaoh and considered the “guardian” par excellence.