and ancient jewelry

Graeco-Egyptian gold snake bracelet, dated to the 1st century BCE to the 3rd century CE during the Roman period. 

Broad collar with falcon heads, belonging to an ancient Egyptian noblewoman named Senebtisi.  Made of faience, gold, carnelian, and turquoise.  Artist unknown; ca. 1850-1775 BCE (late 12th or early 13th Dynasty).  From Senebtisi’s tomb, part of the funerary complex of the vizier Senusret at Lisht, Egypt; now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.