1069–715 BCE
Location: 107 Egyptian
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Turquoise is pretty but it was also thought to bring good luck.


The rich gold and beautiful turquoise of this pendant make this piece of jewelry a visual delight. At the lower half one notices the fine braiding detail. The extravagant materials suggest it was made for a wealthy individual.


1069–715 BCE

Egypt, Third Intermediate (1069–715 BCE), Dynasties 21–22

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