Egyptian Beetle Necklace Miyuki Mesh
In Egypt, during the dynastic periods (3150 - 750 BC), earthenware beads were used as ornaments for the living and the dead, mounted in necklaces or complex meshes.
This line takes up the central motif of this fishnet, the beetle of the god Khepri, surrounded by the pillars of the god Osiris, and the black dogs of Anubis.
For each piece, Miyuki glass beads (small, very regular glass beads) are hand-woven.
Do not bathe, wash / wash dishes with the jewel (avoid contact with water due to metal parts of the jewel)
Brass, Miyuki glass beads
- Maintenance :
- Eviter le contact avec l'eau, le produits chimiques et cosmétiques
- Museum :
- Musée du Louvre
- Theme :
- Middle East
- Art movement :
- Egyptian Antiquities
- Original work kept at :