Big-eyed Bilat was buried between 140-170 CE. She holds her veil with her right hand, raising it to collarbone level, and holds in the other a spindle and distaff. She wears a headband with floral design and a knotted and twisted turban below a veil. Her jewels are an animal-headed brooch, earrings shaped like a bunch of grapes, and a ring on the little finger of her left hand.
An 18th century garnet aigrette Designed as a feather tied with a ribbon bow, set throughout with pear-shaped, circular and square-cut garnets in foiled closed-back settings, five stones deficient, later pin fitting, possibly converted from an aigrette, length 8.0cm. [And I can't say the blue/gray background is much of an improvement]