Phoenican (Glass), Etruscan (gold)


7th Century BC

Necklace (probably recomposed) consisting of a) a central ram’s head Phoenician type pendant of rod-formed blue, white and yellow opaque glass; b) two gold beads in the form of two truncated cones base to base, decorated with granulated meander patterns; c) ten gold pendants in the form of a female head terminating in a shell, decorated with granulation; d) twelve faience beads; e) two cylindrical faience beads, one at each end.

Source: British Museum