The Pendant / Amulet with the Head of Bes is in the shape of a small flat bust, with a slightly rounded bottom. At the level of the crown, it is pierced horizontally for a suspension string, which would have allowed the amulet to be worn as a necklace, for example.
Amulet Representing An Udjat-Eye With A Royal Cartouche
This amulet, molded in a uniform, slightly friable pale blue frit, is carved on both sides and represents a left eye and a right eye in low relief. The hole for suspension was pierced horizontally, at the eye level.
The scarab is placed on a flat, elliptical base; the bottom has no inscription. Characterized by stylized, though complete and accurate shapes, this beetle shows elegant features that indicate the details of the anatomy.
Made of faience and probably molded, this amulet represents a frog in stylized forms. The arched body has no indication of forelegs, while the hind legs are folded in a W-shape along the body, as if the animal was ready to spring.