Necklace | Doro Soucy. 'Egyptian Scarab' The scarab in the center is an apatite cabochon in shades of turquoise colors. It is surrounded by Japanese, German and Czech bugle and seed beads, faceted dark red corals, and glass beads. The necklace also features an amazing labradorite cabochon that depending on angle of light reveals gorgeous blues and greens. The fringe is made of dyed red coral branches.
Heart Scarab of Hatnefer. New Kingdom Period, Dynasty 18, reign of Thutmose II–Early Joint reign, ca. 1492–1473 B.C. Upper Egypt; Thebes, Sheikh Abd el-Qurna, Tomb of Hatnefer and Ramose (TT 71), Mummy of Hatnefer, MMA 1935–1936. Met Museum.
Egyptian Gold Lotus Pendant with Inlay New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BC A delicate gold lotus flower pendant, the triangular body with recessed segments to hold inlays, traces remaining; the gold bud attached; to the point, a loop for suspension. | UK auctioneers