Sterling Silver Ankh Pentacle Charms Pendants
Overall Size: 24mm x 21mm = ~1" x 7/8" diameter
Metal : .925 Sterling Silver
Made in the USA
Charm and pendant measurements do not include the length of any removable attachments. These will vary some, but a standard jump ring would add about 4mm (~1/8") onto the overall length.
Sold by : Charm Pendant
> You can Customize this item into a Ankh Pentacle Necklace -- Choose from : Pendant Only, or on a Sterling Silver Necklace Chain (see last picture for current chain style). When selecting on a SS Chain, your Solid Sterling Silver Ankh Pentagram Necklace will come Boxed.
> This pendant can also be converted into a Custom made Sterling Silver Dangling Ankh Pentacle Earring. If you need a pair of them, order 2.
> This item can also be made into a Pentacle with Ankh Belly Ring | Navel Ring. 316L Stainless Steel - Banana Length : 3/8", 14-gauge. Gemmed ball : 8mm (color will vary) | Top Screw-on-off Ball : 5mm. Custom made Pierced Body Jewelry.
Because we are the manufacturer, if you need more Pentacle with Ankh Pendants than we
currently have available, please feel free to contact us to arrange
for a custom-casting session.
Two Powerful Symbols Unite
of the Pentagram represents one of the five metaphysical elements
of the ancients. The top point represents Spirit, the upper-left
point represents Air, the upper-right point represents Water, the
lower-left point represents Earth, and the lower-right point represents
Fire. In this fashion, the pentagram represents Spirit ruling over
the four elements.
The Ankh was, for the ancient Egyptians,
the symbol (the actual Hieroglyphic sign) of life but it is an enduring
icon that remains with us even today as a Christian
. The Ankh is possibly one of the most widely recognized
symbols other than the cross, sacred to the ancient Egyptians, and
often used as an amulet, this symbol is basically the T or Tau cross
supporting a circular shape. Giving the appearance of the shape
of a key, in Egyptian hieroglyphics this symbol stands for life
or living, and forms part of the Egyptian words such as 'health'
and 'happiness'. Linked with Egyptian gods and goddesses, such as
Isis (eternal mother and High Priestess) and Osiris, most gods would
appear to have possessed the ankh, to symbolize life, sexual union,
and immortality. It is thus often referred to as the Key of Life,
or even the cross of life, because of its creative power. The loop
of the ankh is considered to be the feminine, whilst the T shape
is considered to be the masculine staff. Together, these symbols
reflect a continued existence.