Floral inlay, Brooklyn MuseumA floral inlay, probably dating from the city of Akhenaten, New Kingdom 18 Dynasty 1352-1336 BC. 

The walls of the Great Palace at el Amarna were decorated with small inlays arranged to form complex scenes. In many of these scenes, members of the royal family present great formal bouquets to the Aten. This inlay—a yellow persea fruit and a lotus flower—was the uppermost element of one of these bouquets.

Source: Brooklyn Museum
Medium: polychrome faience