Fish-shaped cosmetic palette. Objects like this were used with a pebble to grind minerals such as malachite to make eyepaint. Excavation not recorded but most likely from when Amy Urlin was part of an excavation team led by her brother-in-law, Professor Flinders Petrie, at Abydos, 1900-01. Lent by Amy Urlin to Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, 1912–1915, for an exhibition curated by Janet May Buchanan. On one side is a 'Glasgow Art Gallery and Museums' sticker annotated in pencil with the registration number: 39i –’12.