This is a fragment of a ring bezel which comes from Amarna. It was donated to the Egypt Centre by the British Museum . It shows a gazelle. Gazelles could represent regeneration because of their ability to live in the arid desert they were also considered nurturing animals. They were also symbols of various gods and goddesses such as Anukis, Hathor and Seth, though there is a tendency for them to be associated with the feminine aspects of divinity, and with the solar.
Gazelle ring bezels were common in Amarna (Stevens 2006, 57-59).
A PhD thesis by Åsa Strandberg on the significance of the gazelle in ancient Egypt can be accessed from:
Stevens, A. 2006. Private Religion at Amarna. The Material Evidence. BAR International Series 1587. Oxford: Archaeopress.