The Fitzwilliam Museum : Hellenistic Greek World400-1 BC

A gold bracelet: Northern Greece, probably -- ca. BC: The Fitzwilliam Museum : Hellenistic Greek World BC

Bracelet with engraved gem depicting a female head wearing earrings and a necklace Gold, rock crystal  Greek Hellenistic Period late 4th–3rd century B.C.

Bracelet with engraved gem depicting a female head wearing earrings and a necklace Gold, rock crystal Greek Hellenistic Period late century B.

A GREEK GOLD AND GARNET BEAD NECKLACE   HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C.   Composed of cylindrical faceted garnet beads, interspersed with gold beads each composed of three large spheres with clusters of granulation in between, a disk flange at the ends, centered by three drop-shaped cabochon garnets in box settings, each with a ribbed suspension loop, rings below joined to uncut garnets, spherical beads in between, tapered collars at the ends; strung with a modern S-hook…

A greek gold and garnet bead necklace hellenistic period, circa century BC.

A GREEK GOLD AND GARNET NECKLACE  HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C

A GREEK GOLD AND GARNET NECKLACE HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND CENTURY B.C

ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS NECKLACE II-III century C.E. Composed of six gold crescent pendants with twisted wire perimeter and double-ribbed suspension loop,  triangular clusters of granulation, single granules at termination points; twenty- five 14-faceted green glass beads; thirty-four spherical and semi-spherical small green glass beads and later gold beads, soldered from two halves and terminated with wire collars;  L. 15" (38.1 cm).

ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS NECKLACE II-III century C.E. Composed of six gold crescent pendants with twisted wire perimeter and double-ribbed suspension loop, triangular clusters of granulation, single granules at termination points; twenty- five 14-faceted green glass beads; thirty-four spherical and semi-spherical small green glass beads and later gold beads, soldered from two halves and terminated with wire collars; L. 15" (38.1 cm).

A GREEK GOLD, STONE AND GLASS NECKLACE  HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C.

A greek gold, stone and glass necklace. Hellenistic period, ca.

Bird Tribe Amulet  c.200-100 BC Western Greek (Source: The British Museum)

gold chain and crescent pendant with inlaid garnets, Greek, circa 200 BC

~ Pair of earrings with female head pendants. Date: late 2nd century B.C.- A.D. 2nd century Medium: Gold, garnet

~ Pair of earrings with female head pendants. Date: late 2nd century B.C.- A.D. 2nd century Medium: Gold, garnet

Pair of fibulae and chain, northern Greek 4th century B.C.

Pair of fibulae and chain, northern Greek century B.

Gold earring from Volos (Greece), Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization, 4th-3rd Century BC

Gold earring from Volos (Greece), Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization,

Citrine, Gold. Italian or South German.End of the 16th century

Citrine Top Italian or South German (version) Third Third of the century

Openwork hairnet with medallion, Hellenistic, 200–150 b.c.  Greek, Ptolemaic  Gold

Openwork hairnet with medallion, Hellenistic, b. Greek, Ptolemaic Gold Headdress with the depiction of Maenad.

Breast adornment with crescent KHAZARIANS TRIBE  7th - 8th century.  Tumulus near the village of Hlodosy, Kirovohrad Region.  Excavations of 1961.

Древние Птица амулет (соул) - лунницы - Ancient Bird amulet (soul) of pre-pagan origins. Lunnitsy, Lunula or Lunitsa is a bird shaped

Necklaces of gold relief beads in the shape of ivy leaf and rosette. From the Tholos Tomb at Dendra.  Late 15th century BC. Athens, National Archaeological Museum,

Necklaces of gold relief beads in the shape of ivy leaf and rosette. From the Tholos Tomb at Dendra.

Gold foil pendant amulet of Maat: the figure of the goddess Maat, seated on a pedestal, with the ostrich feather symbol on her head, is made from gold foil over a very light core, possibly wood. Details of her eyes, nose and mouth and the striations on her wig have been lightly carved. The feather is made from a central piece of shaped sheet gold onto each face of which have been soldered four cloisons, once holding inlays. Culture/period: 26th Dynasty Date: 600BC (circa)

Gold foil pendant amulet of Maat: the figure of the goddess Maat, seated on a…

Jewelry from an Achaemenid era grave 550-330 BCE |

Jewelry from an Achaemenid era grave BCE

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