Necklace plastron Egypt with blue pearls
This necklace is inspired by a pair of bracelets, composed of gold and lapis lazuli for one and an alternation of rows of cornelian pearls and lapis lazuli for the other, are visible in the Egyptian ornaments room. These testify to the place of the toilet in the life of the wealthy classes of Egyptian society. Similarly, both men and women have a strong taste for jewellery, whether it is modest or expensive.
Brass, Miyuki glass beads