Nekhbet

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The Wings of Nekhbet, goddess portrayed as a vulture. Protrectress of Upper Egypt, is the inspiration behind this powerful amulet. The vintage crystal wings are outstretched to connect to two layers of slightly oxidized reclaimed brass chains. Pendant drops 2 inches l 16 inches with extension.

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