The Ankh was originally worn by the Pharaoh God-Kings of Egypt. It is the Egyptian symbol of eternal life and the union of Isis and Osiris. It was worn as a powerful amulet.
It is a spiritual symbol of life, immortality, the universe, the Goddess, and God.
The loop at the top, is called the tau, and is a symbol of spiritual reflection. It represents the three upper chakras, the Godhead as an all-encompassing divine being, and the Goddess, within nature and the divine universe.
The staff is representation of the masculine God and male principles. The vertical line is a symbol of the lower four chakras. The cross bar represents the division of the male and female aspects of life and the balance of polarity between the two.
Measures approximately 2" and includes chain.