The Ancient Egypt Eye Of Horus Ring portrays the Eye of Horus, which is also known as Wadjet, Wedjat or Udjat. This ancient Egyptian symbol represents protection, royal power, and good health. Due to its powerful protective powers, the Eye of Horus was popularly used by the ancient Egyptians as amulets. Even to this day, the Eye of Horus is used in jewelry to protect the wearer from the ill-will of others.
- Material: Stainless Steel
- Weight: 17 g (0.59 oz)
- US Size: 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
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If you don't know your ring size we can help! There are 2 methods you can use to work out the correct ring size you need. To work this out you will need a ruler which shows mm and a piece of string of paper.
Method 1 - Without a Ring
- Cut a piece of string or a thin piece of paper about 6 inches long.
- Fold/wrap the string/paper around your ring finger at the base of the knuckle.
- Mark with a pen the point on the string/paper where the ends meet.
- Measure in mm from the start of the string/paper to where you marked it with a pen.
- The number you get is the circumference of your ring finger.
- Find the circumference in the table below to find the corresponding ring size.
Method 2 - With a Ring
- Take your ring off and place it flat on a table/desk.
- Measure the distance in mm between the inner edges of your ring with a ruler.
- This is the diameter of your ring in mm.
- Look up the diameter in the table below to find the corresponding ring size.
|Circumference (mm)||Diameter (mm)||US Ring Size|