This golden pendant of cloisonne technique is inlaid with semiprecious stones and colored glass.
The central element of the composition is a winged scarab of chalcedony, grasping on one side a lotus and on the other a papyrus flower, flanked by two uraei, or cobras. A gold frame outlines the main composition and supports pendants of lotus flowers, papyrus, and poppy seed heads.
A slim solar boat rests upon the front feet of the scarab and carries the wadjet eye of Horus, flanked by two uraei. The wadjet eye is surmounted by a lunar crescent of gold and a silver disk with images of the gods, Thoth and Re-Horakhty, crowning the central figure of the king.