King Tut Pendant and Carnelian Stone Necklace - 7438 -
King Tutankhamen reigned in Egypt in 1333-1323 BC. The portrait of the boy king pharaoh in the center of this tear-drop carnelian stone necklace is an adaptation of the gold funerary mask found in the King's tomb, which was discovered in Western Thebes in 1922. Necklace is 18L made from carnelian stones in a teardrop shape enhanced with gold-plate beads and clasp. King Tut pendant adapted from funerary mask measures 1.1"W x 1.75"L.
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