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Pectoral Rameses II

Amulet representing a ram-headed falcon. Ancient Egypt, 1254 BC year of the reign of Ramses II), found in the tomb of an Apis bull in the Serapaeum of Memphis at Saqqara. Gold, lapis, turquoise and cornelian.

Pectoral of Princess Sit-Hathor-yunet (detail), Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, ca. 1887–1813 B.C.
Egyptian. This pectoral is a superb example of the technical skill and artistry of Middle Kingdom jewelers. It was made using the cloisonné technique in which 372 carefully cut pieces of semiprecious stone were set into metal cells. The pectoral’s owner was Princess Sit- Hathor- yunet, who seems to have lived from the reign of Senwosret II into that of Amenemhat III of Dynasty 12.

Pectoral of Princess Sit-Hathor-yunet (detail), Middle Kingdom, Dynasty reigns of Senwosret II–Amenemhat III, ca. From Lahun Gold

Tutankhamen's necklace

An ancient Egyptian gold, lapis lazuli, turquoise, faience and glass pectoral found into the mummy of Tutankhamun

Antique Art Nouveau Scarab Brooch Egyptian Revival

Diamond engagement rings, wedding bands and complete selection of GIA certified loose diamonds.

GOLDEN SANDALS belonging to King Tut of Egypt (made ​​of inlaid wood, bark and gold damask)

*EGYPT ~ Golden sandals belonging to King Tut of Egypt (made ​​of inlaid wood, bark and gold damask)

Nefertari Presenting the Offering 1314-1200 B.C. Egyptian Art Mural painting Valley of the Kings, Thebes, EgyptPallas Athena via Nancy Shogren.

Nefertari Presenting the Offering B. Egyptian Art Mural painting Valley of the Kings, Thebes, Egypt Stock Photo

The Gayer-Anderson Cat, Egypt, 600 BC, British Museum's collection

The Gayer-Anderson Cat, Egypt, 600 BC, British Museum's collection. Saw this at the British Museum recently. I did look for the other Anderson Cat but couldn't find it.

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