ca. 1339-1307 B.C.E
Inspired by the collections of The Brooklyn Museum
Our necklace is inspired by the pattern on a coffin belonging to an ancient Egyptian middle-class artisan named Teti. He was a "Servant of the Great Place," a title used by artisans who painted tombs in the Valley of the Kings and lived in Deir el-Medina. Teti used five different colors to decorate his high quality wooden coffin, which cost him nearly a year's salary.
Materials: Pewter with gold finish, lapis lazuli, carnelian and aventurine stones. Lobster claw closure.
Length: 30"Made in the U.S.A.
Gift Box Included.