Ancient Egyptian glass and electrum necklace with a gold jackal pendant at the center. The electrum pendants, meaning pendants of a mixture of gold and silver, are called nefer pendants. The necklace dates to the New Kingdom, and more specifically to the 18th dynasty of 1550–1295 BCE. Currently located at MFA Boston.
Ancient Egyptian necklace with beads of gold, carnelian, lapis lazuli, green feldspar, and amethyst. The necklace dates to the 12th Dynasty, or c. 1887–1813 BCE, and was found in the tomb of Sithathoryunet, who was a king’s daughter. The necklace is currently located in the Met.