Eye of Horus Ring


The Eye of Horus, or Udjat eye, was a powerful symbol in ancient Egypt, and a reference to the legendary conflict between rivals Horus and Set. As the story goes, Set tore out one of Horus' eyes, which was subsequently healed and returned to him. The motif therefore became popular in jewelry, worn as an amulet believed to secure for its wearers well-being, protection and healing. In fact, the Udjat eye was one of the most common Egyptian motifs used for amulets over the long period from c. 2,686 BC to AD 641.

Our bold ring features the most popular form of the motif, in which a human eye is combined with the Horus-falcon markings. Perfect for men and women, it is available in sizes 4 - 14.

Ring Details

Height of Ring Face: 1.3 cm (.5 in)

Width of Ring Face: 2.3 cm (.9 in)

Available Precious Metals and Prices

925 Sterling Silver: $185

18 Karat Gold Over Sterling Silver: $375

14 Karat Gold: $1,105

18 Karat Gold: $1,625

Gold and Silver Type