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9ct Gold 44x26mm plain Ankh or Peace Cross with bail on a curb Chain 16 inches Only Suitable for Children 59435

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9ct Gold 44x26mm plain Ankh or Peace Cross with bail on a curb Chain 16 inches Only Suitable for Children 59435
9ct Gold 44x26mm plain Ankh or Peace Cross with bail on a curb Chain 16 inches Only Suitable for Children 59435
9ct Gold 44x26mm plain Ankh or Peace Cross with bail on a curb Chain 16 inches Only Suitable for Children 59435

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<b>9ct Yellow Gold 44x26mm plain Ankh or Peace Cross with Bail loop on a curb Chain</b><br><br>9ct yellow gold 44x26mm plain solid ankh or peace cross with bail loop. Handmade and hand polished in our Birmingham Factory in the Historic Jewellery Quarter, England, UK it comes to you carefully prepared in a black leatherette presentation gift box and is fitted with a 1.8mm wide bright cut curb chain 16 inches (40cm) long. Please note that weights can vary with handmade or hand polished products, this is an average weight that we would expect the item to weigh.<br><br>

The ankh, also known as breath of life, the key of the Nile or crux ansata (Latin meaning "cross with a handle"), was the ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic character that read "life", a triliteral sign for the consonants. It represents the concept of eternal life, which is the general meaning of the symbol. The Egyptian gods are often portrayed carrying it by its loop, or bearing one in each hand, arms crossed over their chest. The ankh appears in hand or in proximity of almost every deity in the Egyptian pantheon (including Pharaohs). Thus it is fairly and widely understood as a symbol of early religious pluralism: all sects believed in a common story of eternal life, and this is the literal meaning of the symbol. This rationale contributed to the adoption of the ankh by New Age mysticism in the 1960s, to mean essentially the same tolerance of diversity of belief and common ethics as in Ancient Egypt.