This is a mis-fired faience piece.
It is from Egypt but the exact location is unknown. The faience workers left hand-built and moulded objects to dry before firing them in a kiln. During firing, the outer surface of the paste melts to form a glass-like shiny surface. In this case, the firing seems to have gone wrong, and the rings or hair beads ended up fused into the waste product from the kiln, or into a clay or faience stand made to hold them during firing. This is a mis-fired faience piece. It is made from faience. We do not know how old this object is.