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Wholesale Pewter Pendants - Lead Free, Nickel Free
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With the King Tut exhibit sweeping the country, we've collected our TOP SELLING Egyptian designs and placed them on beautiful display cards. All carded charms come complete with black cord and description, and identification on the back of the card. The stunning card designs are sure to attract customer attention Carded pendants are available in unplated lead-free pewter, gold- plated or silver-plated. MAY WE SUGGEST: Since nearly all of the ancient Egyptian jewelry was made of gold, we suggest that you offer both gold-plated and silver-plated Egyptian designs to your customers.
Large Head of Isis Pendant Available on Display Card

Large Head of Isis Pendant Available on Display Card
EGYC018

Large Head of Isis Pendant Available on Display Card

Egyptian goddess Isis was beloved by the Egyptians, and honored for her love and devotion to her husband and family.
Approx. 2 inches tall
Lady Musicians Pendant Available on Display Card

Lady Musicians Pendant Available on Display Card
EGYC019

Lady Musicians Pendant Available on Display Card

From a famous and popular tomb painting, these lovely ladies have entertained audiences for over 3,000 years! A great gift for a musician or singer.
Approx. 1 1/4 inches tall
Sacred Scarab Ankh Available on Display Card

Sacred Scarab Ankh Available on Display Card
EGYC006

Sacred Scarab Ankh Available on Display Card

Symbolizing Eternal Life, the Ankh was called the Key of Life. The scarab beetle, considered sacred by the Egyptians, represents the eternal renewal of life and was the symbol of the sun god, Kepri, who was associated with Resurrection.
Approx. 1 1/4 in. tall
Isis With Solar Disk Pendant Available on Display Card

Isis With Solar Disk Pendant Available on Display Card
EGYC007

Isis With Solar Disk Pendant Available on Display Card

With the symbol of the life-giving sun over her head, this version of the spread-winged Isis represents power and authority.
Approx. 7/8 inch tall
Anubis Cartouche Available on Display Card

Anubis Cartouche Available on Display Card
EGYC014

Anubis Cartouche Available on Display Card

The Guardian of the Underworld is depicted here with his staff, surrounded by the classic Egyptian cartouche frame.
Approx. 3/4 in. wide x 2 in.
Lovers Ankh Available on Display Card

Lovers Ankh Available on Display Card
EGYC015

Lovers Ankh Available on Display Card

Two lovers separated by only a breath decorate this symbol of Life.
Approx. 3/4 in. x 1 3/8 in.
Medium Bast Pendant Available on Display Card

Medium Bast Pendant Available on Display Card
EGYC003

Medium Bast Pendant Available on Display Card

The ancient Egyptians loved cats, and often used the word "Miu" as a nickname for girls. The cat goddess Bast was protector of lower Egypt (Nile delta), and patron goddess of cats.
Approx. 1 inch tall
Ornate Double-Sided Scarab Available on Display Card

Ornate Double-Sided Scarab Available on Display Card
EGYC021

Ornate Double-Sided Scarab Available on Display Card

Intricately embellished double sided scarab represents renewal, eternal youth and resurrection. The scarab was the symbol of the sun god Khepri. Contains the heiroglyph for King Tut's throne name.
Approx. 1 1/16 inches tall
Isis and Hieroglyphs Pendant Available on Display Card

Isis and Hieroglyphs Pendant on Display
EGYC022

Isis and Hieroglyphs Pendant Available on Display Card

A lovely tabular representation of Winged Isis, the faithful goddess, superimposed over a stele of hieroglyphs.
Approx. 1 1/4 inches tall
Medium Tutankhamun Mask Pendant Available on Display Card

Medium Tutankhamun Mask Pendant Available on Display Card
EGYC023

Medium Tutankhamun Mask Pendant Available on Display Card

Hail the Boy King of Egypt! Tutankhamun means "Living image of Amun". The young monarch, known to us in modern times as King Tut, ruled aproximately 3100 years ago in ancient Egypt.
Approx. 7/8 inches tall