This is a fabulous mid-1920s necklace made of translucent horn coloured celluloid with brass pharaoh heads affixed to the 3 main links.
This genre of necklace is getting rather rare, you don't see them that often, and this one is oh-so 1920's in style and subject: it was likely made shortly after the discovery of King Tut's tomb in the early 1920's, which was followed by a resurgence of Egyptian Revival style jewellery.
Its very well made with sturdy silver metal rings and spring clasp.
The main panel has a few scratches but they blend in very well and can be buffed out.
Colour: Horn coloured