A broad Egyptian collar necklace belonging to the dynasty official Wah - Credit: unforth
varied in style from simple beaded necklaces to elaborate collars made from glass beads, gemstones and metal plates. Necklaces were worn not only by women but by pharaohs, soldiers and noblemen as a mark of distinction and wealth. The fact that the necklace is referred to as Egyptian suggests it might be of a collar-style, as opposed to a simple string of beads.
Children’s crafts – making an Egyptian collar necklace.