From card: "All molded blue glazed pottery beads in many shapes: figures, scrolls, moons, etc."
String of faience beads, various unusual shapes, colors of blue, green-blue. Per Johns Hopkins University Egyptologist Betsy Bryan this is interesting, may be really old. She identifies 1 tiny falcon, and maybe some serekh emblems as part of necklace.
From card: "Short, thin, glazed pottery beads in blue and green, alternating with groups of thin disc shaped pottery beads in various colors; red, yellow and green."
Strand of beads, faience. Alternating long blue beads with a group of small rondelles or heishi-type beads in varied colors. Reds, yellows, tans, as well as blue. Probably all originally in a bead network shroud or mummy covering, but a multi-colored one.