String of beads 133 cm long with a gold pectoral imitating the form of a bivalve shell (56 x 49 mm) and a cylinder counterpoise made of gold and garnet discs and cylinder beads. The string of beads are of various forms: gold cylinder beads, and carnelian and garnet spherical beads. There are 5 gold amulets irregularly spaced on the string and they consists of 2 cowrie shells (5 mm), 1 hand (9 mm), 1 lozenge (7 mm), 1 shen ring (6 mm) originally inlaid with stone, only 1 fragment of a blue stone remains. Thought to be from tomb 342 A’09.
From the same tomb is an anhydrite cosmetic vessel now in the Garstang Museum of Archaeology (E2399) and a pottery jar in the Lady Lever Art Gallery collection on loan to Bolton Museum & Art Gallery (A.191.1968). The shell pendant can be compared with a Middle Kingdom silver shell pendant UC25971a in the Petrie Museum of Egyptian Archaeology, London.