Silver Bracelet with Six Scarabs

Culture: Egyptian
Period: 2nd Intermediate Period, 1648-1550 B.C.
Material: Steatite, silver
Dimensions: 20.2 cm long
Price: 1 800 Euro
Ref: 1324
Provenance: Private collection Yorkshire, Great Britain, acquired mid of the 20th century.
Condition: Bracelet ready to wear and intact, scarabs sporadically with minor wear, one with an old adhesive area.
Description: Silver bracelet with lotus blossoms from the first half of the 20th century. Between the lotus blossoms in total six steatite scarabs dating to the 2nd Intermediate Period. The scarabs with symbols, inscriptions, one with the depiction of Ra. At the end of the bracelet one set blue faience bead, possibly dating to the 3rd Intermediate Period (1069-664 B.C.). Ready to wear.