Two Egyptian Diorite Wedjat Amulets, set as earrings, Late Period, ca. 664 - 332 BCE
Two Egyptian Diorite Wedjat Amulets, set as earrings, Late Period, ca. 664 - 332 BCE

Two Egyptian Diorite Wedjat Amulets, set as earrings, Late Period, ca. 664 - 332 BCE

EJ2401

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Diorite is the hardest material sculpted by the ancient Egyptians and was highly prized. Seemlessly blending ancient with modern, these superb diorite wedjat eye amulets have been set into 14-karat yellow gold hoop earring with 32 round .0075-ct. white diamonds (I1 clarity/G, H color; .24CTW/pair).  The earrings are designed so the hoops can be worn without the amulets, effectively providing two different pairs of earrings! 

The wedjet-eye was supposedly the eye that Seth tore from Horus during a battle over who would lead the gods. Thoth healed the injured eye, returning it to Horus as the "sound one." Wedjet-eye amulets were used from the Old Kingdom through the Roman Period and whether worn as a bracelet for everyday wear or tucked among mummy wrappings, this amulet was an effective source of protection, strength, and perfection.

Medium: Diorite, gold, diamonds

Dimensions: Overall drop Length 1.5 inches (3.8 centimeters)

Condition: The amulets are intact and in excellent condition overall. The amulets have been professionally set as earrings with modern 14K gold and diamond rings.  Truly spectacular!

Provenance: Ex Sotheby, London, 28 July 1970's. Lot 88, (part).

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