A bestseller in our Museum Store, this ring is the purrrrfect complement to any ensemble. Cats were considered sacred in ancient Egypt. They represented Bastet, the cat-headed goddess of Bubastis, a city in the northeastern delta of Lower Egypt. Originally linked to the sun god Re, Bastet came to be associated with the life preserving power of the sun, the protection of women, felicity and joy. Made of pewter with and antique gold finish this ring is adjustable to fit most sizes.
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