Glistening like the sands of the Sahara Desert, Egyptian charms have a mystic sense about them.
Hieroglyphs and god-like figures carved in gold and sterling silver are just the beginning, and with our extensive inventory of precious metal charms, more designs are sure to come.
Egypt has always been fascinating. Maybe it's the towering pyramids or the Nile river, swirling with crocodiles and behemoth hippos. Then again, the history of this spectacular country is equally admirable.
Egypt was once the greatest nation on Earth. They built an empire so large and powerful that they held the entire continent under their sway. It is with this in mind that we have created our Egyptian charms section.
One of the most popular Egyptian symbols, the Eye of Horus, will have collectors of Egyptian charms riveted. You can feel the piercing gaze of the sky god staring right at you as he dangles from you wrist, glittering gold irises ablaze. Often regarded as the son of Isis and Osiris, Horus is recognized as having the visage of a falcon. The Eye of Horus, originally called the Wedjat, is a symbol of protection and is said to bring good luck to the wearer.
Sphinxes are one of the most well-regarded mythological figures, and they can be found perched with a solemn gaze in the midst of once great cities now covered in sand. Tourists flock to see the Great Sphinx of Giza every year, but you don't have to travel thousands of miles to see it. Our sphinx Egyptian charm is every bit as majestic when fastened to your charm bracelet.
The sphinx isn't the only famous monument to grace our inventory.
Naturally, we included the pyramids, as well as the Ankh charm and Cartouche charm, both of which can be commonly identified as popular symbols in Egyptian lore. Historic figures such as Queen Nefertiri and King Tutankhamun can be found amongst our Egyptian charms, not to mention the infamous Egyptian burial container, the sarcophagus.