Jewelry and decorative manufactured goods in Egyptian Revival style fascinated the public after the rediscovery of Egyptian monuments and artifacts in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. This is the first book of its kinds to focus on revival consumer goods inspired by the ancient culture, including jewelry. 369 photographs and drawings depict beautiful examples with symbols of Egyptian design. Images of stylized insects, hieroglypics, sphinx, royal symbols, and geometric patterns are explored. The manufacturers are introduced with pertinent information that collectors will consult often. Current values with the captions reflect the market today.

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