Ancient Egyptian men and women alike were great lovers of jewelry and often adorned themselves with various amulets, necklaces, bracelets, rings, and head jewelry. Filigree work was often delicate and lacelike with gold or silver wire. As precious of a metal as it is today, gold was the most common material used in creating Egyptian jewelry as gold was easily obtained from Nubia, while silver had to be imported from much further away making it a rare metal for the Egyptians. This ancient Egyptian-style ring features the popular gold color appreciated by the Egyptians with filigree finish and green with silver embellishment eye center.
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