Tweezers card

Courtesy of National Museums Liverpool, World Museum


Currently not on display


Bronze strip bent over forming a tweezers with round part and wider ends. One end broken off. Both pieces marked in black. Record card entry: "Two pairs of bronze tweezers, lth. .09 m. Ends broadly splayed out. One broken the other intact". Accession register entry 16 November 1906, no. 332 “Bronze instruments: two pair and part of a pair of tweezers, one broken; razor, two knives; one chisel?, and piece of plating with punctured design. Esna XVIII Dynasty”. 1906 annual report p. 53 "bronze instruments (332)".