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Wedgwood Egyptian Collection King Tut Golden Shrine Scene Pendant or Brooch of Queen Ankhesenamun ~

Beautiful art pottery pendant/brooch by Wedgwood depicting a scene portion from the 'Golden Shrine' found in Tut's tomb. The matte black Jasperware background with terracotta relief portrays the female from this scene who is believed to be Queen Ankhesenamun, Co-regent with Tut. She was the third born daughter of Queen/Pharaoh Nefertiti and King Akhenaten. The male in the scene (see additional photo) is believed to be Tut.

**Torque (Neck ring) is not included~

~3rd photo is the shrine scene that this cameo piece has been created from.

Circa 70's
From Wedgewood's Egyptian Collection.
Masterfully designed and executed.

Setting is marked 12k gold filled... it's a beautiful tone.
Marked on back: Wedgwood Made in England J 77

Dimensions: 1 1/2" x 1 1/2 ".

Beautiful vintage condition.
In the photo of the back, what appears as patina on the gold is actually heat marks from soldering by the artist.

Ships insured with 'signature confirmation' within the United States (only) via USPS.
~ Shipping refunds are given for overcharges when they apply!

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Wedgwood Egyptian Collection King Tut Golden Shrine Scene Pendant or Brooch of Queen Ankhesenamun


Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1970s
  • Materials: pottery, metal, terracotta, gold filled
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 131 reviews
  • Favorited by: 23 people