This is a decorated finger ring.
It is from Egypt but the exact location is unknown. Blue was the most common colour of faience, but other colours were produced or could be painted on to a base colour, as with this ring with a bezel imitating inlaid semi-precious stones. Colour had meaning for the ancient Egyptians. Yellow, the colour of gold, was associated with the sun and the gods. Blue was the colour of lapis lazuli, a stone linked to the heavens. Red, the colour of carnelian, was linked with birth and destruction. This is a decorated finger ring. It is made from faience. We do not know how old this object is.