Eye of Horus Ancient Egyptian Symbol of Protection Mug on Papyrus



Paradise Valley, United States

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Standard Tall Travel
325ml / 11oz 354ml / 12oz 443ml / 15oz


  • Features wraparound prints
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Made from Ceramic

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Artist's Description

“The Eye of Horus” is an Ancient Egyptian symbol of protection. Horus was the Falcon-headed god, son of Osiris, protector of the Pharaoh. The Wadjet or Udjat Eye was a very important, powerful, and very common sacred symbol. It was carved on monuments, drawn on papyrus, and painted on household objects, ships, and the walls of tombs and temples. Amulets of The Eye were worn as jewelry, and wrapped with mummies to protect them from evil spirits as they made their way through the afterlife.

This design features aged & distressed Hieroglyphs on a Papyrus Pattern background. The aging allows the background color to show through in spots, giving the design the feeling of real vintage hieroglyphic inscriptions as they’re seen today in Egypt. The hieroglyphs were created following the custom, design, colors, and artistry of the Egyptians, carefully researched to ensure their accuracy and authenticity.

The Eye of Horus design is available on adult & kid’s t-shirts, hoodies, sweatshirts, tank tops, leggings, mugs, tote bags, wall art, stickers, phone and laptop cases, home goods, pillows, and accessories.

Thank you for choosing an original from the Pyramid Printworks Collection!

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