Sa

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Sa symbol means protection. From early times the Sa plays an important part in jewelry design. It is often used in conjunction with symbols, particularly the ankh. This double layer necklace is a stylized version of Sa in its ornate form with vintage crystals. Pendant drops 3 inches with necklace 18 inches and extension.

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