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Egyptian Lotus Cuff

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Price: $165.00
Member Price: $148.50

Item# 80-001401 







Description

Our vibrant cuff is based on a design from the broad collar found in the Museum's collection from pharaoh Thutmose III (New Kingdom, ca. 1479- 1425 B.C.) of gold inlaid with carnelian, turquoise and blue glass.

24K gold overlay, with lapis lazuli, carnelian, and turquoise. Hand enameled. Matte finish. 1/2''W; Inner circumference: 6 1/2'' adjustable.

  • 24K gold overlay
  • Hand enameled with matte finish
  • Semiprecious lapis lazuli, carnelian, turquoise
  • Adjustable
  • 1/2''WInner circumference: 6 1/2'' adjustable

Art History

The lotus was one of the most revered flowers and symbols of ancient Egypt. It represented daily rebirth and rejuvenation because it closed at night and reopened in the morning to reveal a central yellow circle and its radiating petalslike the rising sun. Broad collars were most frequently worn by royalty, and among the Museum's collection of Egyptian jewelry from pharaoh Thutmose III is a broad collar of gold inlaid with carnelian, turquoise and blue glass. This particular piece is believed to be a gift to one of his wives.

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Description

Our vibrant cuff is based on a design from the broad collar found in the Museum's collection from pharaoh Thutmose III (New Kingdom, ca. 1479- 1425 B.C.) of gold inlaid with carnelian, turquoise and blue glass.

24K gold overlay, with lapis lazuli, carnelian, and turquoise. Hand enameled. Matte finish. 1/2''W; Inner circumference: 6 1/2'' adjustable.





  • 24K gold overlay
  • Hand enameled with matte finish
  • Semiprecious lapis lazuli, carnelian, turquoise
  • Adjustable
  • 1/2''WInner circumference: 6 1/2'' adjustable




Art History

The lotus was one of the most revered flowers and symbols of ancient Egypt. It represented daily rebirth and rejuvenation because it closed at night and reopened in the morning to reveal a central yellow circle and its radiating petalslike the rising sun. Broad collars were most frequently worn by royalty, and among the Museum's collection of Egyptian jewelry from pharaoh Thutmose III is a broad collar of gold inlaid with carnelian, turquoise and blue glass. This particular piece is believed to be a gift to one of his wives.


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