A lambswool scarf embroidered with a motif of the Rosetta Stone.
The Rosetta Stone is probably the most famous object in the British Museum. The stone is famous as it helped scholars to decipher ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs, as the stone contains texts in three different scripts - hieroglyphic, demotic and Greek.
This traditional lambswool scarf features a motif of the Rosetta Stone embroidered at the base of the scarf alongside the British Museum logo. The script inside the Rosetta emblem reads: 'Hieroglyphs, Demotic, Greek' in each of their respective languages.
The scarf is made in Scotland by Johnstons of Elgin exclusively for the British Museum.