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Found on Ethnic Jewelry and Adornment's FB page. "This broad collar was found around the neck of the mummy in the Amarna period tomb KV 55. 18th dynasty, New Kingdom. The necklace is composed of gold pendants, in the form of lotus and poppy, and inlaid plaques. The endings are large golden lotus flowers inlaid with blue paste. The Lotus, a symbol of rebirth, was a very popular decorative motif in all ancient Egyptian periods." Post by FB page Ancient E-Gypt.
Finger Ring Inscribed with the Cartouches of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III | New Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Finger Ring Inscribed with the Cartouches of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III, Egypt, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, Joint reign of Hatshepsut and Thutmose III, circa 1473-1458 BC, green jasper and gold
Diadem with two gazelle heads | New Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Diadem with two gazelle heads. Reign: reign of Thutmose III, ca. 1479–1425 B.C., From Egypt, Upper Egypt; Thebes, Wadi Gabbanat el-Qurud, Wadi D, Tomb of the 3 Foreign Wives of Thutmose III, gold, carnelian, opaque turquoise glass, decayed crizzled glass, L. of forehead band 48 cm (18 7/8 in); w. at bottom of vertical strip 3 cm (1 1/8 in)
Scarab Ring | Middle Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Scarab Ring Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12, late–early 13 Date: ca. 1850–1775 B.C. Geography: Country of Origin Egypt, Northern Upper Egypt, Abydos (Umm el-Qaab, Tell el-Manshiya, others), cemetery V, Tomb V21, EEF excavations, 1904 Medium: Lapis lazuli, silver
Scarab Finger Ring of Senwosret III | Middle Kingdom | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Scarab Finger Ring of Senwosret III Period: Middle Kingdom Dynasty: Dynasty 12–13 Reign: reign of Senwosret III Date: ca. 1850–1750 B.C. Geography: From Egypt, Memphite Region, Dahshur, de Morgan excavations, 1894–95 Medium: gold
Collar of faience beads depicting cornflowers, dates, lotus seed-pods, and petals in a pattern derived from garlands of real flowers. Faience bead collars were frequently supplied as favors to guests at banquets. This necklace typifies the technical brilliance of the faience and glass jewellery of the Armana period (1379-1362 BC).