Egyptian Cat Bastet Pierced Drop Earrings Museum JewelryPN# 6720
Sacred to the ancient Egyptians, cats were the special attribute of the goddess of love, Bast (or Bastet). The male cat was regarded as the incarnation of the sun god, while the female cat was the personification of the solar eye, representing the protector of the home, mothers and children.
Adapted from original figures from Egypt, Late Dynastic period, 717-332 B.C.
Bastet Cat Egyptian Earrings are fine quality costume jewelry made 24 Karat gold-plate over pewter with sterling silver ear-wires. Measures: 0.5" front to back x 1.0"L top to bottom.
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