Tweezers card

Courtesy of National Museums Liverpool, World Museum


Currently not on display


Bronze strip bent over forming a simple tweezer. Broken and repaired in 1977 but now mend has failed and in in two parts. From tomb 245 E'06. No record card has survived. Accession register entry 16 November 1906, no. 236 “Small iron rings; pair of tweezers XII dynasty. 245 E'06.". Excavation notes for 245 E'06: "2 spiral copper rings. copper tweezers, 3 small copper rings".