Gold Bracelet with Terminals in the form of Confronting Goats. Culture : East Greek. Period : 5th century B.C. Material : Gold and Agate.

Gold Bracelet with Terminals in the form of Confronting Goats. Material : Gold and Agate. - Gift for women and girls, wedding

Eye of Horus finger ring. Egyptian, 1539–1075 B.C./// recreate in silver/gold or alabaster

Eye of Horus finger ring, Egyptian, 1539 B. This is incredible. We gotta have that Pakistan man make this out of his lapis

A first century collar necklace from a tomb in Tillia Tepe, Afghanistan.  Photo by Thierry Ollivier/Muse Guimet/Getty Images

A first century collar necklace from a tomb in Tillia Tepe, Afghanistan. Photo by Thierry Ollivier/Muse Guimet/Getty Images. Ancient Jewelry Photo Gallery - First Century Collar Necklace - Pictures of Ancient Jewelry

A large diadem, a unique monument of ancient jewelry, dating, like most of the items found by Schliemann 19 Trojan treasures period of Troy IIg (2400-2200 BC), ie it refers to the era of the early Bronze Age.

Oh how stunningly beautiful is this! A large diadem, a unique monument of ancient jewelry, dating, like most of the items found by Schliemann 19 Trojan treasures period of Troy IIg BC), ie it refers to the era of the early Bronze Age.

BYZANTINE GOLD EARRINGS Circa 10th-12th century AD. A pair of gold lunate earrings each with a twisted wire loop and floral stud pin supporting a hollow bifid crescent pendant with granule decoration in lines, lozenges and flowers. Gold

Byzantine gold earrings, c. A pair of gold lunate earrings each with a twisted wire loop and floral stud pin supporting a hollow bifid crescent pendant with granule decoration in lines, lozenges and flowers.

Rare ancient Egyptian faience figural ring; deep greenish blue faience ring, New Kingdom, 18th-19th Dynasty, the table modeled with a large seated cat (Bastet) surrounded by smaller cats, intricately detailed

deep greenish blue faience ring, New Kingdom, Dynasty, the table modeled with a large seated cat (Bastet) surrounded by smaller cats, intricately detailed; with lucite and patinated wire stand

Jewelry from the burials of the three foreign wives of King Thutmose III (ca. 1479–1425 B.C.).

Jewelry from the burials of the three foreign wives of King Thutmose III (ca. The women had the non-Egyptian Semitic names Manuwai, Manhata, and Maruta (Martha), but when they were buried in a rock tomb at western Thebes, their.

Love-ring with play on grammar, made in France or England in the 15th century

Love-ring with play on grammar, made in France or England in the century (source). “ The inside of this broad hoop is engraved with a lady, amidst flowers and foliage, holding a squirrel (a symbol of inconstancy) on a leash, while the outside is.

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