A very fine Egyptian turquoise faience amulet of one of the Sons of Horus, possibly Imsety. He is depicted standing in profile with his legs together and arm extended, with a crook staff in his hand. The amulet features a suspension loop to the top and a flat and unworked reverse. Characteristic of New Kingdom faience amulets, are the flat and unworked reverse and the suspension loop to the top.
Date: Circa 1550-1069 BC
Period: New Kingdom Period