Ma’at

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Represents truth, justice, morality and balance. Deities are often seen standing on this symbol, as if standing on a foundation of Maat. Hanging from the center round engraved pendant is a triple tiered amulets, each set with a turquoise. The hand-wrought, subtly textured and dimensional shapes link together and are anchored by a shorter necklace with turquoise and horn pendant. This reclaimed silver chain necklace is perfect paired with any v-neck or open collar shirt. 5 inches long drop pendant. Necklace 18 inches with extension.

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