Silver ankh pendant (British Museum exclusive)

    SKU: cmcj72330

    £25.00 Members' price *

    About

    The ankh symbol means 'living' or 'life'. The design used for the jewellery is based on the hieroglyphic inscription carved on a limestone slab in the Department of Egyptian Antiquities bearing the names and titles of Ammenemes III, 12th dynasty, about 1825 BC. It is thought that pictorially the sign originally represented the tie straps of a sandal or possibly a mirror in its case.

    Specification

    Product code: cmcj72330
    Exhibition: Ancient lives
    World culture: Ancient Egypt
    Material: Silver
    Size: 3.5 cm high
    Weight: 0.042kg
    Standard UK delivery: 5 working days. Overseas times may vary

    This price is inclusive of VAT

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    Delivery & returns

    Delivery charges: are calculated depending on the weight (kg) and destination of the order. The order total is displayed on the payment page before you confirm your order.

    Estimated Delivery times:
    UK and Europe: 5 - 14 working days.
    Rest of the world: 10 to 28 working days.

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    Returns
    If for any reason you are not entirely happy with books and other products purchased from the shop, we will refund the value of the goods supplied. Please contact Customer Services directly on 0800 218 2222 (or from abroad on +44 (0)20 7079 0970) for individual advice.

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