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Ancient & Egyptian - Bracelets

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Bracelet with Egyptian faience beads

Bracelet with Egyptian faience beads

Period: 1st - 3rd century AD

€ 75.00
Bracelet with Egyptian faience beads

Bracelet with Egyptian faience beads

Late Period, 664-332 BC

€ 85.00
Bracelet with Egyptian faience, coral and shell beads

Bracelet with Egyptian faience, coral and shell beads

Period: 2nd century BC - 3rd century AD

€ 85.00
Bracelet with Egyptian lapis lazuli, faience and coral beads

Bracelet with Egyptian lapis lazuli, faience and coral beads

Period: 2nd century BC - 3rd century AD

Reserved


Ancient & Egyptian Bracelets

Inspired by timeless classic designs we offer exclusive handmade bracelets with ancient and Egyptian beads at affordable prices. A variety of contemporary materials and techniques are used to bring the ancient beads back to life, resulting in a versatile selection and styles to choose from.

Every bracelet in this selection is handmade by our Dutch designer. The use of authentic ancient and Egyptian beads makes every piece unique.

By adding various materials such as decorative spacer beads or decorative spacer beads a variety of styles is created, ranging from elegant and classic to a more contemporary look.

Egypt was a dominant civilization in ancient history. Their advanced technology and access to gemstones and precious metals resulted in a society which highly valued personal adornment.

Jewellery was worn by both men and women from all social classes, and the deceased were sent off into the afterlife with a rich selection of jewellery.

The Egyptian nobility favoured bracelets, necklaces, earrings, amulets and pendants, crafted from gold and copper which was mined in the Nubian desert. Silver was not readily available in Ancient Egypt, this had to be imported.

Lavish designs, inlaid with (semi-)precious stones and gems were highly prized. Lapis lazuli, obsidian, garnet, rock crystal, carnelian, pearls and emeralds were the most commonly used stones native to Egypt. For the lower classes, the use of faience (glazed ceramic) allowed them to imitate the bright colours of real gemstones. Egyptian faience was eported widely in the ancient world and can be found in Mesopotamia, the Mediterranean and in northern Europe.

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