Hattie Carnegie Egyptian Revival Falcon pendant and pin. The large centerpiece depicts the God Horus symbolized as a falcon with a motif of turquoise, cobalt, green, and coral colored enameling on gold-tone metal making up the feather, head, and tail design. There are also coral plastic cabochons above the head and under the feet of the falcon. The cobalt blue makes up the body section. The back of the bird's tail-feather has the signature "Hattie Carnegie" in a small oval cartouche as well. This item also has a great pendant bail for a necklace chain and a large and sturdy pin and clasp making it a two for one deal. This pendant and pin combo measures 3 1/8" tall by 4 1/4" from feather to feather and there are ankh symbols above each claw giving an even more elaborate Egyptian Revival symbolism to this Carnegie classic. The ankh symbolizes life in the ancient Egyptian culture and Horus was the Egyptian god that embodies the solar realm being identified with the sun. This piece is in remarkable condition and is a timeless representation of the revival of Egypt's ancient culture which Hattie had a great respect and understanding for.