Grape Bunch Pendants



Nineteen glazed faience flat backed amuletic jewellery element:s in the shape of grape bunches varying from purple to violet in colour that would have been strung to form an openwork broad collar characteristic of the 18th Dynasty. Modern string loops stuck on the back of most for stringing together as a necklace (maybe 1956 gallery display). Sixteen were restrung in 2008 to create a broad collar recreation for display. All now loose. Gatty Slip (1873): Twenty blue porcelain pendants in shape of grape bunches. Egyptian. Access Database (c 1990) had 17 items.