The Wedjet; also known as the eye of Horus is a very powerful symbol in Ancient Egypt. It represents the "eye" of the Falcon (Horus) who represents the Sun. This wedjat most likely served as a talisman for protection which could also bring strength and prosperity. Most likely used in the funerary process and often placed on the deceased. From circa the Late Period and measures 3/4" length.Looks much better than the photo would indicate.
Provenance: Collected by Gustave Jéquier (1868-1946).
Ex. Billy Jamieson (1954-2011)
Authentication: Gayle Gibson, Egyptologist: Royal Ontario Museum, Toronto.
“un amuleto "udjat" in "faïence" d’epoca tarda, destinato alla protezione del defunto; veniva posto, assieme a scarabei e geni funerari, tra le bende della mummia” ARCHEOMISTERI ,Michele Manher; 2004
L'occhio di Horo, antichi egiziani, amuleto egiziano, Scarabeo egiziano, amuleto in faïence, ägyptisch, ägyptische, Ägypten, Altertumskunde.