Red pottery mould used for the manufacture of small faience objects (ring bezels) with the throne name of Neferneferuaten: Ankhkheperura, Meryneferkheperura ('The (very) life of the manifestations of Ra, beloved of Neferkheperura'). Neferneferuaten was a female pharaoh who most likely was Akhenaten's wife Nefertiti. Blue and white paste are visible in the mould cavity. A string impression is visible on the right hand side of the cartouche. Rounded back to mould. Compare with W M Flinders Petrie, Tell el-Amarna (London, 1894), plate XV no. 92. Find number 24/968: From the Main City Q45.17. In 1924 described on the excavation distribution list as "mould for cartouche of Smenkh-ka-re". Marked on the back 968. Excavated by the Egypt Exploration Society in 1924. Acquired by the EES in the division of finds. Donated to the East Anglia Egyptian Society by the EES in recognition of a contribution to the EES (excavation subscription). Donated to Norwich Castle Museum. Purchased from the collections of Norwich Castle Museum in 1956 by Liverpool City Museum (now World Museum). Compare with Freed, Markowitz and D'Auria (Ed.) (1999) 'Pharaohs of the Sun: Akhenaten. Nefertiti. Tutankhamen'. p 288.