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Noat

Eyes Amulet

 

Summon the invisible, granted to the beholder. The Amulet series embody the mysteries of relics and customs of antiquity, including Ancient Greece and Rome, North Africa and the Middle East. Combination foil and emboss stamping by third generation New England craftsmen, on post-consumer American vellum paper. Custom card size 4.75” x 7.25”. Signature Noat envelope. Limited edition. 2 of 6 in series.

Inside: Blank
Back: 
Amulet
Syrian, 3300 BC

These mysterious amulets were found in a monumental building known as the ‘Eye Temple’ in Tell Brak, an international city of its day in north eastern Syria. Believed to be votives representing the offerer, their wide eyes demonstrate their attentiveness to the gods.

$ 8.00

Noat

Eyes Amulet

Summon the invisible, granted to the beholder. The Amulet series embody the mysteries of relics and customs of antiquity, including Ancient Greece and Rome, North Africa and the Middle East. Combination foil and emboss stamping by third generation New England craftsmen, on post-consumer American vellum paper. Custom card size 4.75” x 7.25”. Signature Noat envelope. Limited edition. 2 of 6 in series.

Inside: Blank
Back: 
Amulet
Syrian, 3300 BC

These mysterious amulets were found in a monumental building known as the ‘Eye Temple’ in Tell Brak, an international city of its day in north eastern Syria. Believed to be votives representing the offerer, their wide eyes demonstrate their attentiveness to the gods.

$ 8.00