Egyptian Ankh Symbol of Life CufflinksPN# 7252
The ankh is recognized as an emblem of Ancient Egypt. The theory is that it combines the male and female symbols of Osiris (the T-cross) and Isis (the oval) and signifies the union of heaven and earth. It represents life and immortality, and is often depicted as being carried by the gods. It is part of our collection of Egyptian museum jewelry reproductions.
Egyptian Ankh Cufflinks are made from 24K antique gold plate over pewter and brass and measure 0.6 in W x 0.9 in L each.
They are very nice quality for your favorite history buff or Egyptologist!
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