Egyptian Carnelian and Faience Bead Necklace, 18th Dynasty
This necklace was originally found on the mummy of Psusennes I. cairo egyptian museum-heavy gold necklace of Psusennes I-JE 85751a_B-CEM-30-08 09 007; gold, lapis lazuli; H. 6.2cm; 21st Dynasty, Third Intermediate Period.
(Afghanistan) Tillya Tepe tomb. Gold Necklace & Collar from Tillya Tepe, Afghanistan. ca 1st century CE.
Egyptian Ring set with a Mouse Design Amulet ca. 1479–1425 B.C.
Bloodshot Iolite. Known as the gemstone of the Vikings, Iolite was used by Norse and Viking explorers as a navigational aid, as a properly oriented stone would change color in relation to the direction of sunlight, allowing for crude navigation in the fog- enshrouded northern Atlantic waters where the direction of the sun was otherwise impossible to discern.
Faience Necklace counterpoise with aegis of Sakhmet Period: New Kingdom, Ramesside. Dynasty 19–20, 1295–1070 BC, Egypt