Sesen I

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In Egypt the Lotus flower is called Sesen. In Egyptian mythology, the lotus flower is a symbol of the sun, creation and rebirth. Burnished reclaimed brass with vintage turquoise and clear crystals arranged to present this sesen. 3 inches drop pendant and necklace 16 inches with extension.

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