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Egyptian revival Czechoslovakian glass bead necklace. I have several of these - some have green, Delphite Blue or red beads, some have elephant beads.

Egyptian revival Czechoslovakian glass bead necklace. I have several of these - some have green, Delphite Blue or red beads, some have elephant beads.

Necklace, ball beads  Period: Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 11–18 Date: ca. 2124–1504 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Asasif, Tomb MMA 800 group, MMA 1929-1930

Necklace, ball beads Period: Middle Kingdom–Early New Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 11–18 Date: ca. 2124–1504 B.C. Geography: Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, el-Asasif, Tomb MMA 800 group, MMA 1929-1930

Venetian glass beads. With  lampworked deigns incorporating aventurine glass. A necklace of this type is called a Sautior. Circa 1920. Posted By Christine Smoot.

Venetian glass beads. With lampworked deigns incorporating aventurine glass. A necklace of this type is called a Sautior. Circa 1920. Posted By Christine Smoot.

Ethiopian Art Gallery | Ethiopian Coptic Hand Cross Orthodox Church African Art Christian ...

Ethiopian Art Gallery | Ethiopian Coptic Hand Cross Orthodox Church African Art Christian ...

A strand of aventurine glass beads from Murano in Italy. Circa 1920. Posted by Sarah Corbett

A strand of aventurine glass beads from Murano in Italy. Circa 1920. Posted by Sarah Corbett

Red and Silver Necklace ancient coral, cinnabar, cherry dyed Chinese jade, crimson jade, Turkoman silver, Nepali teardrops, Indian pendant.

Red and Silver Necklace ancient coral, cinnabar, cherry dyed Chinese jade, crimson jade, Turkoman silver, Nepali teardrops, Indian pendant.

Egypt | This collar is made up of disk/shaped beads of faience strung on a cord of an unidentified fiber, at each end of the collar is a larger yellow bead in the shape of a lotus blossom and the strings of the cord are knotted and tasseled. This collar is reminescent of necklaces called shebyu made of gold and awarded by the pharaoh to his subjects in recognition of valor in battle or some other special merit. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo. | © Sandro Vannini

Egypt | This collar is made up of disk/shaped beads of faience strung on a cord of an unidentified fiber, at each end of the collar is a larger yellow bead in the shape of a lotus blossom and the strings of the cord are knotted and tasseled. This collar is reminescent of necklaces called shebyu made of gold and awarded by the pharaoh to his subjects in recognition of valor in battle or some other special merit. | Located in: Egyptian Museum, Cairo. | © Sandro Vannini

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