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The earliest known examples of this type of seamless mosaic glass bracelet are from the late thirteenth century; it continued to be produced well into the nineteenth century at Hebron, in Palestine. This bracelet, together with thirty-three others in the collection, comes from UpperEgypt and was probably made during the Mamluk period.

Bracelets, Glass

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