The pharaoh bearing the crook and flail, were a representation of royalty in ancient Kemet. The crook, which looks like a staff represents the pharaoh's role as a shepherd in caring for the people. It is believed that the flail was used as a weapon to defend the flock and possibly as a tool for harvesting grain. These instruments also had the same representation for the ruler-ship of the lower self.
• Adjustable bangle from 2.5 in to 3.25 in.
• Pharaoh charm - 0.6" x 1.0"
• Small Ankh charm - 0.5" x 0.8"
• Mini charms - Made with love & Africa - 0.41" x 0.51"
• Stainless steel bangle.
• Ships to U.S. and international.
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