The lotus flower is very frequently depicted in Egyptian art. It has been depicted in numerous stone carvings and paintings, including the walls of the famous temple of Karnak. It is frequently depicted in connection with "party scenes", dancing or in significant spiritual / magical rites such as the rite of passage into the afterlife. Nymphaea caerulea was considered extremely significant in Egyptian mythology, since it was said to rise and fall with the sun.
Consequently, due to its colourings, it was identified, in some beliefs, as having been the original container, in a similar manner to an egg, of Atum, and in similar beliefs Ra, both solar deities.
The asymetry is very reminiscent of the Art Deco style. And the subject is of Egyptian origin.
• Hand stamped solid yellow bronze pieces.
• I carved my own stamp.
• Blue enamel applied to petals
• Glod leaf in background
• Sealed with a layer of resin to protect finish
• Soldered bronze eyelet on top.
• The metal panel is about 1.5" x 5/8" or 38mm x 17 mm.
• Different 14k gold filled chain length and thickness options are available:
The thin chain is 1.4mm.
The med chain is 2.3mm.
• Gold filled has 100 times more gold than plated thus does not rub or peel off.
• Nickel free