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Usekh Gold Vermeil Lapis Lazuli Necklace


By Janus Edinburgh

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In Ancient Egypt, a Usekh was a personal ornament, usually a broad collar or necklace, often seen on the societal elite. It was sometimes seen as a symbol of divine protection. This necklace will not only help you feel protected, but have you looking beautiful with its gorgeous splash of blue lapis lazuli, paired with pretty gold.

Materials: Gold Vermeil, Lapis Lazuli
Please only put your jewelry piece on after you have applied make-up, perfume and hairspray to avoid unnecessary contact with these chemicals.
Please do not wear your jewelry in the swimming pool or shower.
Remove your jewelry before exercising.
Please also note that direct sunlight, sand and saltwater can cause damage to silver jewelry too.
Store your jewelry in our travel pouch or jewelry box.
Gentle Handling: Always handle your necklace with care. Avoid pulling or tugging on the chain, as this can cause it to stretch or break.

Made in: United Kingdom

Dimensions: Pendant 17mm x 15mm ; Chain Length 45cm
Weight: 4.40g
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Janus Edinburgh

Based in United Kingdom

‘Janus’ was the ancient Roman God of beginnings and endings, of gateways, and