Art Deco Egyptian Revival 18kt Gold and Enamel Wristwatch, the arched rectangular case with polychrome enamel accents and engraved edges, dial with Arabic numeral indicators, and enclosing a manual-wind 15-jewel Emshir Watch Co. movement, 34 mm, case no. 16817.
This ancient Egyptian themed fancy dress costume is a La Gazette du Bon Ton fashion plate from 1922, the year King Tut’s tomb was discovered and set off a cultural frenzy for anything even vaguely Egyptian.
Egyptian-Revival Gold, Turquoise and Enamel Pendant-Necklace, Marcus & Co., Circa 1900. The pendant depicting winged birds representing the Egyptian god Nekhbet, supported by serpents flanking symbols of the sun disc, applied with blue and green enamel accents, set in centre with a cabochon, supporting a green enamel sphere-shaped pendant, suspended from a gold chain set with turquoise cabochons, signed M & Co.