A fine Western Asiatic pendant comprised of a central electrum design featuring two vertical parallel strips connected by two domes and a cluster of granules. Six hollow spheres have been placed along the edges, three on each side. Three gold wires, two at the bottom and one at the top, have been added in antiquity. They each extend outwards and are enriched with coloured glass beads. The bottom two protrusions each hold a light blue glass bead followed by a red and then a further light blue bead. The top wire has been twisted to form a loop for suspension and is decorated with a green and deep blue bead.
Date: Circa 1st Millennium -5th century BC