Crescent Necklace - Gold, pearls, aquamarine 6th century AD. Egypt. © Foto: Antikensammlung der Staatlichen Museen zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz

most common jewelry in Egypt was a necklace. some had precious ge,s and stones like lapis,lazuli and emeralds inlaid in them

A beaded necklace from ancient Egypt, 664-332 BC, faience, carnelian, and limestone beads. People in ancient Egypt wore and don jewelry to show their wealth and also as they believed that after doing this they will become more favored to the gods.

A beaded necklace from ancient Egypt, BC, faience, carnelian, and limestone beads (public domain) Fashionable Beads Articles of clothing made of beads were considered to be a fashion amongst ancient Egyptian women.

clasp of Princess Sathathor / Egyptian National Museum, Cairo, Egypt

clasp of Princess Sathathor-This clasp takes the form of two lotus flowers, between them hangs an image of the Goddess Bat. It will originally have fitted to a necklace

Necklace with falcon pendant ~ Ancient Egypt ~ Located in the Egyptian Museum ~ Cairo ~ Egypt.

Gold Collar -- Circa BCE -- From the treasure of the royal tombs Tanis -- Egyptian Museum, Cairo

Collar EGIPCIO 322-222dC. Oro, turquesas y lapis lazuli .  Egyptian textile museum.

Miniature broad collar Macedonian and Ptolemaic Period B. Egypt, Eastern Delta, probably Tukh el-Qaramus “ Depictions of Egyptian pharaohs presenting broad collars and other items of jewelry.

Cleopatra’s bangle…    from ancient Egypt. High Priestess #priestess  #sorcerysoap

Gold Bracelet from the time of Cleopatra in the shape of two serpents spiraling as a symbol of protection and regeneration. Photograph by Kenneth Garrett. (Would be cool for my snake tat)

Ancient Egyptian Winged Scarab, 1323 BC, discovered in the tomb of Tutankhamun.

This beautiful pendant illustrates the throne name of King Tutankhamun, "Neb- kheprew-re." The central element is the scarab "Khepri" made of a fine piece of lapis lazuli, and three strokes of plural "sign in hieroglyphs" below it.

Scythian gold pectoral 6th - 4th centuries BC. [564x989]

A golden pectoral from the royal grave at Tolstaja Mogila kurgan, Ukraine, 400 BC. Depicting Scythian life and mythologies. Cast with Greek workmanship. Scythian jewelry from BC held at the Met in The weight of the piece is 1150 grams, or troy oz, or lb.

Necklace consisting of Taweret amulets, Egyptian: 				                								                     Date:                      second half of IInd millennium BC or 4th-3rd centuries BC

Necklace consisting of Taweret amulets, Egyptian: Date: second half of IInd millennium BC or centuries BC