Comprising two Egyptian bronze rings, four ring bezels and seven other bronze rings or bezels: one cut with nefer (good luck) sign between maat-feathers and uraei, Third Intermediate Period (1069-702 B.C.); another, falcon sun-god confronting seated deity, over lion and house sign, Late Period (664-332 B.C.); bezel, itn-phty, Dynasty XVIII (1550-1295 B.C.); relief figure of a seated Harpocrates, Ptolemaic (305-30 B.C.); a lyre player standing by a column supporting a statue; profile head of a female, both Hellenistic; bronze ring, cut with falcon-headed equestrian figure, Romano-Egyptian; two inscribed Greek bezels; and four other rings and bezel, all late 1st millennium B.C.