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18K White Gold Choker Necklace, Faience Scarab with Cartouche of Tuthmosis III c. 1400 B.C.

£3,200.00

Wearable history for today and decades to come. 18K white gold chocker necklace with seven pear-shaped prehnite, single turquoise, red coral branch and Ancient Egyptian Faience Scarab with Cartouche of Tuthmosis III c. 1400 B.C.

Claire van Holthe for Ancienne Ambiance: One of a kind, hand-made jewellery by Claire van Holthe.

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Editor’s Notes: This magical choker chain is stunning on its own and layered with other necklaces.

What It Is: 18K white gold chocker necklace with seven pear-shaped prehnite, single turquoise, red coral branch and Ancient Egyptian Faience Scarab with Cartouche of Tuthmosis III c. 1400 B.C. Wearable history for today and decades to come.

  • Size and Fit: 18K white gold chain measures 17.8cm long, with seven pear-shaped prehnite and single pear-shaped turquoise. Coral branch measures 3.6cm long. Scarab measures 1.5cm.
  • Expertly handcrafted by jeweller Claire van Holthe at her London atelier.
  • Beautifully presented in hand-crafted black gift boxes with signature Ancienne Ambiance purple ribbons.

A little history… Tuthmosis III was one of the greatest military leaders in antiquity and among the most impressive monarchs in Egypt’s history, creating the largest empire Egypt had ever seen. Scarabs were a symbol of rebirth, immortality, transformation and protection. The Egyptian god Khepri, Ra as the rising sun, was often depicted as a scarab beetle or as a scarab beetle-headed man. Primarily amulets, they were also inscribed for use as personal or administrative seals or were incorporated into jewellery.

Egyptian Faience: In Ancient Egypt objects created with Faience were considered magical… the blue/turquoise colour glaze linked to the undying shimmer of the sun and powers of rebirth. Egyptian Faience is the oldest known glazed ceramic and was first developed more than 6000 years ago in Mesopotamia.

Ancient Artefacts: Ancienne Ambiance maintains a provenance registry of all ancient pieces featured in jewellery collections and exclusively sources ancient artefacts from Artemission.com. Leading specialists in authentic ancient art, jewellery and antiquities for five generations, Artemission is a member of the Association of International Antiquities Dealers (AIAD) and abides by the Association’s Code of Conduct.

Claire van Holthe for Ancienne Ambiance: A collaboration blending our brand heritage (ancient jewellery and antiquities) with resident jeweller Claire van Holthe. This enchanting collection celebrates Ancient amulets, intaglios and coins from various cultures set with modern 18k gold… thousands of years old and of museum quality, these ancient artefacts are given a new life as wearable history for today and decades to come.

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Jeweller Bio

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Claire van Holthe

London-based jewellery designer and maker Claire van Holthe developed her skills at the prestigious Sir John Cass College of Art.

Famed for her use of exquisite natural coloured gems, Claire’s iconic jewels feature regularly in Vogue, Tatler, Grazia and Sunday Times Style.

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