I had actually forgotten I’d made this set, along with another ammonite set of beads, but now they’re up and ready to be bought. Amun liked the ammonite pun, hence they are His. He also wanted the skulls. I have no idea why. I guess this is what I get for letting gods design Their prayer beads.
This is a set of prayer beads for the Egyptian god Amun. The ammonite fossil charm resembles an ear, echoing the votive ears that were found in some of Amun’s temples, where people could go to leave their requests with the god, knowing He would hear them.
This set of beads is made with alternating turquoise and tiger eye beads, interspersed with skull beads. A single large moss agate bead balances the ammonite. The beads measure about 25cm long, and the final knot is glued for added strength.
If you are interested in purchasing this set, you can see the listing here. Any questions, feel free to convo me via etsy, or comment here.