The Eye of Horus is a symbol that has been handed down from ancient Egypt to the present. It is the eye of Horus, the eagle-headed god. Horus's right eye symbolizes the intact sun. It is said that Horus defeated the desert storm god Seth, so the right eye has the power to stay away from pain and defeat evil. The left eye symbolizes a flawed moon. According to legend, Horus dedicated his left eye to the god Osiris, indicating that the left eye has the function of distinguishing good from evil and defending health and happiness. The left eye has the power to resurrect the dead. Size | Length 2.7 cm, width 3.8 cm Material | Gold-plated lead-tin alloy Origin | United States 〖A little creative museum store〗 A little creative museum store collects a little but diverse and unique ideas from countries around the world, and shares with you stories about products, so that you can view museums around the world at home, and you can quickly buy foreign stores without going abroad Idea!