Turqoise fused glass face pendant with pronounced red eyes and lips and black and brown eyebrows and beard.
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Small turquoise stones set into a Silver setting with intricate filigree work attached to the edge. Very decorative in design. Loop at top for wearing.
Ancient Egyptian Palette
Bronze Narmer Palette, The "Narmer Palette" was found in the so-called "main deposit" at Kom el-Ahmar, i.e. Hierakonpolis. This is perhaps the most intensely studied of all Egyptian artifacts and the most well known. At first, it was taken for a plate commemorating a specific historical event, such as the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt, or a military victory over some foreign people. However, later research drift towards it being either a wholly symbolic event aimed at manifesting the King's power, or summarize the year in which it was made and presented to the temple. Figures and animals in low relief. 26th Dynasty.