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This ring has been made entirely by hand with the lost wax technique. A
 ring from 1539-1075 BC was taken as inspiration.


We admire and honor ancestral works, and the original ring from Egypt had stolen my heart, I wanted to make one for myself, and for you, and here we have it, made with all the love and respect for antiquity, it is a job that required of technique and patience.


Material: brass, silver or goldplated

Size: made to order. If you don,t find your size, write us.



SKU: 0003
60,00 €Precio
Custom orders have 2-3 weeks of preparation.
  • Sometimes the eye of horus and the eye of Ra are confused. The two symbolize protection, the difference is that the eye of Ra represents the right eye and that of Horus the left, Ra is the feminine divinity and Horus the masculine divinity, they represent the union of feminine energy and masculine energy.
    RA ring represents the feminine energy, the goddess Ra, It is true that Ra is a god, but sometimes she can behave as an independent entity, which can be personified by a wide variety of Egyptian goddesses, including Hathor, Sekhmet, Bastet, and Mut, The symbol of Ra represented all the female goddesses of ancient Egypt.
    The Goddess of the Eye acts as the mother, sister, companion and daughter of the Sun God. She is his partner in the cycle in which he engenders the renewed form of himself and both are born every dawn. 

    On occasion, the goddess Ra can be seen depicted with drawings of a lioness or cobra representing authority and protection. The Egyptians believed that her queen was the physical personification of the goddesses who were connected to the Eye of Ra. Most of the time, the queens wore a headdress very similar to that worn by the goddesses in their images.

    This symbol can be seen often represented in Egyptian culture as a tribute to the Goddesses, especially in cults.

    Her power to give life was celebrated by doing rituals in temples, These cults that were carried out in the temples were made to invoke a protection towards the temple itself, the Pharaoh and the inhabitants of the community.

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