This is a pair of tweezers.
Bahnasa (el-) (Oxyrhynchus) The Egyptians used tweezers in embalming and medicine, as well as for personal grooming. Tweezers of this size may have been used by embalmers, to hold linen swabs for applying hot oils and resins to the dried body. The oils and perfumes gave some suppleness to the dried skin and muscle, and made the body smell sweet. The resin helped to protect the body against moisture, which could damage the mummy. This is a pair of tweezers. It is made from iron. It is over 1500 years old, dating to 30 BCE- 395 AD in the Roman Period.