Ra

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The ancient Egyptians revered Ra as the god who created everything. Also known as the Sun God, Ra was a powerful deity and a central god of the Egyptian. This is what the twin bracelet symbolizes. Reclaimed brass charm chain bracelet with red cord and beads. Pull tie and lobster closures, 6 inches with extension.

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