Green glazed faience rectangular plaque amulet decorated in high relief the frontal figures of the Osirian triad: Isis (left) and Nephthys (right) flanking and holding the hands of Horus-the-Child, who is naked and wears the side-lock of youth. Suspension loop at the back. Chipped on left side with left shoulder of Isis missing. Mounted in filigree gold work with gold suspension wire.
Presented by Prince Français, 1st Prince of Canino and Musignano (1775-1840) to Hortense Eugénie Cécile Bonaparte, Queen Consort of Holland. Lucien Bonaparte (1783-1837). Page 107 in the Bram Hertz calaogue (1857): "1046 Pair of Ear-rings in shape of the God Chnum (Jupiter Chnebis), set as ear-drops, with stands and rings, and necklace of blue bugles, glass beads ; a plate, on which is Horus, between Isia and Nephthys ; an ape, a frog, a clasp, or counterpoise of a collar ; two lions and a ram-headed hawk ; set with gold frames, and clasp of Etruscan workmanship. These were formerly presented by the Prince of Canino to the Queen Hortense, having been found at Vulci"