In life, Egyptian jewellery was a colourful accessory to relatively plain clothing. It could denote rank or honours and it might offer amuletic protection. After death it was buried in the tombs of both rich and poor for the owner's use in the Afterlife, along with other pieces made specially for the funeral. This illustrated survey of ancient Egyptian jewellery draws upon pieces from the world's greatest collections, including Cairo, London, New York and Munich, to examine the wealth, taste and craftsmanship of the Egyptian kings and their people.
|موعد التسليم||جاهز للشحن في 3-5 أيام عمل|
|موقع المتجر||Cairo, مصر|
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