- Listing summaryBastet (940-730BC) - The goddess of cats in ancient Egypt, the patron saint of women and children, and the patron saint
Bastet (940-730BC) - The goddess of cats in ancient Egypt, the patron saint of women and children, and the patron saint of family and health.
Ancient Egyptian cats are considered sacred, they represent the goddess Buster, the original Buster is a symbol of Sun Spirit (Re), but also a symbol of protection of women, happiness and joy. Ancient Egyptian cat is a pottery talisman, wearing cat's jewelry can have Buster's blessing.
Culture Type: Ancient Egypt
Size: 3 cm in length and 0.5 cm in width
Material: Plated tin alloy (jewelry is used: lead-free, nickel-free, hypoallergenic material)
Design by: Museum Reproductions, Inc.
MR mainly designs and manufactures jewelry pieces authorized by museums all over the world. Jewelry production is derived from the museum collection, or licensed under the creative, 35 years has become a major supplier of major museum jewelry, the cooperation of the British Museum in London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the French Museum of Orsay, the United States Philadelphia Art Museum, the Netherlands Van Gogh Museum ... ... and other major museums in the world.
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