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Handmade Egyptian Pharaonic crown of The sun one of the oldest symbols on earth with the two cobras for protection- made in Egypt
Your Gorgeous Egyptian pharaonic Crown of the sun one of the oldest symbols on earth and symbolizes divinity, life and justice with the wings and with the two cobras to protect you and give you the best luck, Your crown is made from copper with marvelous Egyptian details, Specially made for you ;) A very unique piece you will never find it anywhere ;) Note: You can use this crown whatever the size of your head because it is a free size crown Contact Us: It's always our pleasure serving you…
Hi! I gave it a try to model 'Nefertiti'. This is based on the iconic bust of 'Nefertiti'. It's an attempt to visualize her real likeness. Nefertiti lived around 1370 BC - 1330 BC in Egypt, and was the wife of Akhenaten (Amenhotep IV). She became co-regent, gave birth to 6 daughters and died allegedly at the age of 35. She was also known throughout Egypt for her beauty. She was very proud of her long, swan like neck. Her name roughly translates to "the beautiful (or perfect) one has…
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Egyptian cleopatra headdress in chrome or gold.Slights perfectly over any head in bop cut. Made out of mirror pvc Pls send me yr head perimeter and I will make one for you. This listing is for the head piece only. The collar is listed separately in my shop . Last picture: Photo :Erich Caparas @Erichusa Model:Jean Dara
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Ishani's unique crowns and tiaras for weddings, ceremonies, renaissance fairs, and belly dancers featuring Sun Moon Dragon Crown, Winged Goddess tiara, Green Man, Butterfly, Fairy, Spider, Owl, Dragonfly, Egyptian Isis Snake crowns, Ankh, Angel and Hummingbird
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The crowns of the pharaohs by Willem Witteveen In Ancient Egypt the gods and kings (pharaohs) were depicted with a crown, which, according to Egyptologists, were also taken into the grave for the afterlife. However, these crowns have never physically been found, neither inside nor outside graves. Did these crowns really exist or were they all taken
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