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Carter No.: 044h

Handlist description: Gold ring with ornamental bezel

Card/Transcription No.: 044h

44 (h) Gold ring with ornamental bezel 21

Consisted of two separate rings soldered together at bezel only. The hole was 2 cm. in diam.: rounded under bezel. The individual rings were .5 wide x .3 deep. Combined width of both at bottom 1.1 The rings were hollow, of thick plate gold. Each bezel was cartouche in form 2.3 long x 1. wide. Inlaid into the top of each an oval of blue glass, to which were fastened gold figures of Re on right cartouche, and a cynocephalus on left. On the sides of each ring were incised a sacred eye on one side, and a cynocephalus on the other.

Treatment washed with water only.

Card no. 044h relating to Carter no. 044h
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