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Egyptian Cat Bracelet

Add some bling to your wrist with this unique bracelet, perfect for cat lovers! Cats were considered sacred in ancient Egypt. They represented Bastet, the cat-headed goddess of Bubastis, a city in Lower Egypt. Bastet came to be associated with the preserving power of the sun and the protection of women. This piece is a reproduction of a faience amulet circa 800 B.C. This bracelet features genuine turquoise, carnelian and sodalite beads with 22K gold-plated spacers and cats and measures 7 ½ inches long with a toggle clasp. As these are natural semi-precious stones, no two stones are alike and may vary slightly in color.

Pair this bracelet with our Egyptian Cat Amulet Necklace and Egyptian Cat Amulet Earrings!