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The ancient Egyptians loved to wear a variety of necklaces and collars made from a huge range of materials.
The collar was a favorite of the gods and the pharaohs and from the Eighteenth Dynasty they were given to officials, dignitaries and soldiers as a mark or honor. Although the collars were often made of gold, example made of other precious metals (such as copper and silver), gemstones (most notably Feldspar, Carnelian, Jasper, Turquoise and Lapis), stone and faience have also been recovered.
Adorn you next Egyptian outfit with this, costume collar which features Egyptian styling, black with gold lame and teal accents, trimmed with gold braid ribbon.
At times, jewelry was merely vainglorious ornamentation. More often than not, however, baubles and trinkets were worn to either symbolize the wearer's prestige and eminence, or to act as religious protection against evil spirits, nefarious deities and the fickleness of luck.
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