Object ID 003175
Object Name Egyptian Revival Scarab Necklace
Object Desc Pieces of a neckalces with blue ceramic beads and scarabs.
Collection General Collection
Accession # CMY002860a-b
General Category History
Source Category Found In Collection
Accession Date JAN 1,1991
Location Room 3, Shelf 3
Object Date 1970s
Start Year Range
End Year Range
Status On-Site Collection Storage
Object Keywords necklaces,Eqyptian revival,jewelry,
Title Egyptian Revival Scarab Necklace
Description The necklace is made up of brass circular links, linking cermaic beads. The beads include skinny cylindrical beads, beads shaped like little scarabs, and the focal piece which is a larger scarab wrapped in twisted metal.
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Place of Origin
Maker Details The Egyptian Revival occured during the 1970s when King Tut and his posessions were on a world tour of museums. It is an echo of the 1920s when King Tut's tomb was discovered and caused Egyptomania.
Date MAR 29,2015
Assessor Christine Jankowski
Notes Missing parts of the necklace. The color has worn off some of the cermaic beads.
Date AUG 1,2015
Summary Location change
Notes Location changed to Room 3, Shelf 3 from Room 3 - automatic entry by admin