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The ancient Egyptians made things much earthenware. The most common are beads, many of which were shaped like long tubes and assembled in the nets that wrap mummies. The numbers of human beings called faience shabtis were placed in the tombs of pharaohs are not only, but also of the common people.

Ushabti figures helped the dead in the afterlife. When a person has been put to rest, these beads would have been woven into complex net-like shrouds representing the deceased in youth, gods, animals and other reasons. These guys were then laid across the front of the sarcophagus tomb was permanently closed. Pearls of ancient Egypt was used for many purposes, according to their form, they stood for different gods, were symbols of brotherhood, or were symbols of luck. 

 The ancient Egyptians loved ornamentation. Jewelry has been designed, manufactured and brought to mind the utmost care and attention. Holistically in their typical jewelry was valued not only for beauty but also for magical and spiritual protection it provided to its wearer.


Ancient Egypt Beads


 Minerals and metals were identified with specific deities as well as specific therapeutic and spiritual values. Thus, their words to the lapis lazuli and turquoise were synonymous with joy and pleasure, respectively. Many elements stood for or represented deities honored ideas of culture. Gold was Ra, the sun god. Copper jewelry symbolized Hathor, the goddess of love. These items were thought to be good luck for the carriers causing them connected to their gods and goddesses. They used beads for decoration, beauty, fashion and vanity.
 
Ancient Egypt Beads


Ancient Egypt Beads

Ancient Egypt Beads

Ancient Egypt Beads

Ancient Egypt Beads

Ancient Egypt Beads

Ancient Egypt Beads


 The first pearls were of wood, shell, clay, stone, and bone. Faience beads are a type of ceramic, but with a blue enamel, the first time in human history that the materials in clay and other were combined and burning oven to create a totally new material. This material is normally solid color vibrant shades of yellow, green, turquoise, red, brown, orange and blue when shooting. Disposable a particularly long beads tiled tubes in manufacturing nets mummy, wherein the beads have been assembled tube in a network wherein mummies were wrapped.

The color was very important in ancient Egyptian drawings, and not just for aesthetic reasons, but each color has a specific meaning. For example, green means growth of new crops and fertility. Some authentic ancient Egyptian jewelry is now available through the online collectors and antique dealers. Artisans Egypt has well designed jewelry that has stood the test of time. If we want to express their love of Egyptian art, they also have the option of buying modern jewelry mentioned above takes the ancient Egyptian culture. Either style is very nice and can hold a lot of meaning for the wearer!


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