Rare Antique Ancient Egyptian Silver Hanger + Precious Stone Eye + 5 Ankh 2480BC
Corals which is red + Turqouis precious stone which is blue + lapis Lazuli which is deep blue stone since these Hanger is All Silver which was Very Valuable At Ancient Egyptian was more Valuable Than Gold while it has lot of precious stone which was very Valuable At Ancient Egyptians since these Precious stones used for Healing and Energy such Silver precious Silver Hanger & precious stones were very Valuable & Expensive which was made only for King & Queen since These Hanger is Full of Precious stones since King Prefered Precious stones since it used to Heal Him & bring him Energy while silver Was Very Precious & Valuable At Ancient Egyptians more than Gold. Since These Silver Hanger is for Eye of Horus + 5 Ankh Symbol since Eye of Horus you Can See At Middle As Eye since Eye of Horus was Strongest Amulet for protection since Ancient Egyptians thought Eye of Horus will Protect them also Eye of Horus will monitor her Owner & Protect him from Any Danger while you can see 5 Ankh Symbol which was Used to bring king Happy life + Infinity Life since Ancient Egyptians thought that when King Wear such Ankh Symbol will bring him Infinity life also happy Life such Silver Hanger is Very Rare was made that king wear to be Amulet to protect him also to bring him Infinity & Happy life since it was made during king life to wear since its Silver Full precious stone it was made for King to wear to Bring King Good Luck, Happy Life, Wealth also king used to wear Such Silver with Precious stones to Heal Him also to bring energey Such Silver Hanger were Made during Ancient Egyptian king Life Also was taken to Grave After Death.
Silver was far scarcer than gold in ancient Egypt, which made it a highly valuable commodity. The white metal was treated much like gold and electrum, used to meet a variety of needs. Silver was used to fashion beads as early as the Predynastic Period ca. And remained important for personal ornaments and cult objects in ancien Egypt.
Temple inscriptions suggest that for much of Egypt's history, silver was valued more highly than gold. Because of its pale color, the Egyptians associated silver with the moon (as opposed to the golden sun), ritual purity, and the bones of the gods (coupled with their golden flesh). Although Thoth was the major lunar deity, silver was not particularly favored for his images. On the other hand, more silver statuettes representing Nefertem than any other deity are known, as well as numerous amulets.