A distinctive type of ancient Egyptian jewelry called a broad collar was most frequently depicted worn by royalty and the elite.
Among several broad collars in the Museum is one from the tomb of the three foreign wives of Thutmose III (New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, ca. 14791425 B.C.). This ancient collar is made of gold, carnelian, obsidian, and glass. The kings name is inscribed on the backs of the falcon-headed terminals, indicating that it was a gift from him to his wife. Our striking embellished tunic is based on this elegant original. Cotton/spandex. Split hem and three-quarter sleeves. Imported. Machine washable.
Split hem and three-quarter sleeves