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52.1.20 D
Overall Diam (min): 8 mm, (max): 10 mm
Not on Display
1450-1400 BCE
Primary Description: 
Bead. Turquoise, opaque yellow and opaque white glass, bubbly with some stone, thin milky iridescent film on face; formed on a wire, trail-decorated and tooled. Flattened globular body of deep blue glass horizontally pierced, a yellow dot applied and marvered into one face, six prunts or blobs of white glass applied around perimeter and left in high relief.
Parke-Bernet Galleries, NYC, Source
Mansoor, M. A., Former Collection