Gold Eye of Horus Pendant “Oudjat”

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Description

Sublime pendant from the 70s in 18k gold featuring an eye of Horus motif, associated with the symbol of the goddess Ouadjet, the cobra. A symbolic piece full of details, which captures light and attention, like a beam of light around the neck.
Height: 1.6cm without bail, 2.5cm with bail
Length: 2.5cm
Weight: 3.35g
Egyptian Gold Hallmark.
This unique piece had a previous life in Egypt.

The Story: The Eye of Horus, also known as the Udjat Eye, is an ancient Egyptian symbol loaded with multiple meanings. In Egyptian mythology, it represents the healing and protective eye of the falcon god Horus, son of Isis and Osiris. This icon symbolizes clarity, protection, and the ability to see beyond the darkness. The Eye of Horus is also associated with resurrection and regeneration, reflecting the eternal cycle of life and death. In addition, it embodies unity and harmony, because according to legend, the left eye of Horus represented the moon and the right eye, the sun, thus uniting the opposing forces in perfect balance.