Djed

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It is believed that the Djed is a rendering of a human backbone. It represents stability and strength. It was originally associated with the creation god Ptah. Himself being called the “Noble Djed”. Wearing chain mail has been an effective means of protection in combat and war of countries and this necklace incorporate that element with beautiful vintage crystals and gems. Pendant drops 3 inches. Necklace16 inches with extension.

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