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Handlist description: Collar of faience beads and pendants

Card/Transcription No.: 021u

21. Contents (cont.) 37

(u) Collar of faience beads and pendants. From N.W. corner of box.

This had entirely fallen to pieces, so order can only be worked out from the number of each kind of pendant.

<> 3.3 3 1.2

Shoulder pieces of yellow glaze, one with red circles and green <>, other with blue circles and red <>. One had 5 threading holes, the other 4.

5 varieties of pendants.

(1) 103 <> of white with yellow tops and black bottoms, 2.2 cm long. (2) 30 <> of blue 1.6 long (3) 60 <> of yellow with white tips, 1.6 long. (4) 82 <> of red with white tips 1.9 long. (5) 121 <> of white with blue tips, from 2 - 2.5 long.

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