A braid of six strands with a row of fifty small gold pendants hanging from the middle portion (one pendant is missing). Each pendant has a small pyramid of beads on the bottom. On the face of each clasp is a uraeus serpent in filigree. Said to be from Egypt.
By 1901: with Edward Perry Warren (according to Warren's records: From Egypt. =Sale of Col. of W. Rome F.S.A. March 20th 1901 lot 474); December 1901: purchased by MFA from Edward Perry Warren
Museum purchase with funds donated by contribution