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Carter No.: 044n

Handlist description: Faience collar

Card/Transcription No.: 044n-2

44 (n) cont. 29

From shoulder pieces hung 21 <> shaped beads in five rows. Order of colour from top - blue red green -repeat. In two cases however, & those next each other, a red bead came immediately under shoulder piece. At end of these strings there were pendant <> of blue, red & green: no evidence as to order.

<> 1.6 2.4 8.6 Bottom

Thickened thread rim .3 wide.

Upper register green lotus with yellow bottom. blue buds below. 2nd " white teeth with yellow spot & top: blue between 3rd " red drops with black outline. Green top. blue bottom between. White background. 4th " Sim. to 2nd, but between red above, blue below. 5th " Yellow stars, blue spots: white background. 6th " Sim. to 2nd. 7th " Yellow circles: white background.


Card no. 044n-2 relating to Carter no. 044n
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