This piece of Egyptian jewelry is from the tomb of Tut-ankh-amun (Tutankhamun).    A scarab of lapis lazuli with falcon wings, supporting a red disk of the new-born sun.

This piece of Egyptian jewelry is from the tomb of Tut-ankh-amun (Tutankhamun). A scarab of lapis lazuli with falcon wings, supporting a red disk of the new-born sun.

Faience Udjat Eye and Gold Bastet Cat Necklace Ancient Egyptian Amulet Necklace with Faience Eye-of-Horus (Circa 200 BC) accented by two 18 ...

Faience Udjat Eye and Gold Bastet Cat Necklace Ancient Egyptian Amulet Necklace with Faience Eye-of-Horus (Circa 200 BC) accented by two 18 ...

Book of the Dead Brass Cuff Bracelet - Heiroglyphic Egyptian Jewelry

Book of the Dead Brass Cuff Bracelet - Hieroglyphic Egyptian Jewelry - Ancient Egypt Hieroglyphs - Gift for Her - Egyptologist Gift

Eye of Horus finger ring. Egyptian, 1539–1075 B.C./// recreate in silver/gold or alabaster

Eye of Horus finger ring. Egyptian, 1539–1075 B.C./// recreate in silver/gold or alabaster

Gold sheet collars picture photo. Ancient Egyptian Jewels, Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt

Gold sheet collars picture photo. Ancient Egyptian Jewels, Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt

*Plique-a-Jour Enamel Egyptian Revival Scarab Brooch in Silver Circa 1920s, With a wingspan of 4 and 3/4 inches, this soaring Egyptian Revival scarab brooch glows with translucent turquoise blue and shaded green plique-a-jour enamel. Crafted in 800 silver (possibly German or Austrian origin) - exotically striking and beautiful.

*Plique-a-Jour Enamel Egyptian Revival Scarab Brooch in Silver Circa 1920s, With a wingspan of 4 and 3/4 inches, this soaring Egyptian Revival scarab brooch glows with translucent turquoise blue and shaded green plique-a-jour enamel. Crafted in 800 silver (possibly German or Austrian origin) - exotically striking and beautiful.

Egypt, 3rdC BC. Gold finger-ring with a large garnet in a setting of writhing snakes. Those Egyptians were clever once

Egypt, 3rdC BC. Gold finger-ring with a large garnet in a setting of writhing snakes. Those Egyptians were clever once

Gold Headband with Heads of Gazelles and a Stag Between Stars or Flowers. Ca. 1648–1540 B.C., Egypt, h. of central stag 8.9 cm (3 1/2 in); l. of headband 49.5 cm (19 1/2 in). People from western Asia established themselves among the Egyptian inhabitants of the eastern Nile Delta at the time. The northern "Hyksos" culture combined Egyptian and Middle Bronze Age Levantine traditions. This diadem has Near Eastern affinities and is typical of the commingling of artistic styles.

Gold Headband with Heads of Gazelles and a Stag Between Stars or Flowers. Ca. 1648–1540 B.C., Egypt, h. of central stag 8.9 cm (3 1/2 in); l. of headband 49.5 cm (19 1/2 in). People from western Asia established themselves among the Egyptian inhabitants of the eastern Nile Delta at the time. The northern "Hyksos" culture combined Egyptian and Middle Bronze Age Levantine traditions. This diadem has Near Eastern affinities and is typical of the commingling of artistic styles.

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