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A pair of Achaemenid gold ram-headed bracelets  Circa 5th Century B.C.

A pair of Achaemenid gold ram-headed bracelets Circa Century B.

Eurasian gold belt ornaments,Each of shaped rectangular outline, with entwined motifs ending in a pair of confronting grifffins heads. The Steppes, 4th Century BC

Eurasian gold belt ornaments, Each of shaped rectangular outline, with entwined motifs ending in a pair of confronting griffins heads. The Steppes, Century BC

Achaemenid Bracelet   Material:Gold,Turquoise,Lapis Lazuli and Agate  Miho Museum

(Japan) Achaemenid Gold Bracelet with Inlaid Termini in the form of seated ducks. Gold with lapis lazuli, turquoise, onyx & rock crystal inlay, mid to century BCE. from the Miho Museum, Japan.

Greek Bronze Bracelet with Gold Head of Apollo Inlay, 5th/3rd century B.C.

Greek Bronze Bracelet with Gold Head of Apollo Inlay century BC . A penannular bronze round-section bracelet with animal-head finials securing a hinged discoid plaque with boss detailing, central inset gold plaque with face of Apollo.

SUMERIAN -   PAIR OF PENDANTS IN THE FORM OF RAMS’ HEADS -   GOLD. MESOPOTAMIAN. Possibly from Mari, Syria mid-3rd millennium BC.

Sumerian - pair of pendants in the form of rams’ heads - gold. possibly from mari, syria. millennium B.

Gold earrings, set with a black glass seal engraved with a head of Athena wearing a crested Corinthian helmet. Roman period.

One of a pair of gold earrings, set with a black glass seal engraved with a head of Athena wearing a crested Corinthian helmet. Excavated at Episkopi, Cyprus.

PAIR OF OPENWORK ROMAN GOLD, EMERALD, AND PEARL EAR PENDANTS  The openwork disc of lotus flowers with a central emerald bead on a cross-wire, with three pendants hanging from a scrolled crossbar below, each pendant a hollow ribbed tube threaded with small seed pearls.  Ca. 3rd Century AD  L. 11/4 in. (3.3 cm.)  Ex private English collection, acquired in the 1980s in London.  Published: J. Eisenberg, Art of the Ancient World, 2007, no. 174.

Roman earrings, ca. Gold, emeralds, and pearls. Emeralds were a favorite Roman stone, and anything that looked like an emerald was put to use in jewelry.

A Roman gold bracelet   Circa 1st-3rd Century A.D.  The hoop composed of a strip with raised borders, terminating in a spiralled clasp with applied granules and an applied sheet gold hexagonal plaque, the pin now missing, 2¼in (5.5cm) diam

A Roman gold bracelet Circa Century A. The hoop composed of a strip with raised borders, terminating in a spiralled clasp with applied granules and an applied sheet gold hexagonal plaque, the pin now missing, diam

1st - 3rd century BC. Roman Gold, Garnet, and Pearl Earrings. A pair of large ancient Roman openwork gold earrings set with four pearls and three garnets each.

Roman Gold, Garnet, and Pearl Earrings. A pair of large ancient Roman openwork gold earrings set with four pearls and three garnets each.

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