FIVE GREEK GOLD AND GARNET POMEGRANATE PENDANTS HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND-1ST CENTURY B.C.
One of the pair of gold armlets from the Oxes Treasure (5th - 4th century BC). This object is one of the most important surviving items of ancient Persian craftsmanship. It is likely they were intended for display rather than being worn.The hoop is almost solid metal at the back, but becomes tubular towards the ends, which are fashioned in the shape of winged griffins. British Museum
Greek gold glass ring 400-300 BC
MYCENAEAN GOLD NECKLACE, 16TH CENTURY BC With antithetic Eagles, from Grave Circle A, a royal cemetery situated to the south of the Lion Gate, the main entrance of the Bronze Age citadel of Mycenae, southern Greece.
ALBION ART Historical Jewelry - Ancient Gold, Amethyst Ring, circa 1100, Private Collection.
Pendant: Gold, glass paste, garnet.Ptolemaic and Roman, 2nd-1st cent. B.C. and 3rd-4th cent. A.D.
Art Nouveau - Gold, pearl, enamel brooch, ca.1900, France.
Hellenistic Gold & Amethyst Erotes Earrings, 3rd Century BC These two gems, which are nearly identical but symmetric, were certainly a pair. They were each made of three elements. The first is a long, gold wire, bent into a hook shape for insertion into the earlobe. Soldered to this hook is a disk that is fashioned into a seven-petal rosette with a central sphere and edges in twisted gold wire. The second part is an amethyst bead suspended from the disk by a ring made of gold wire. The ...
ALBION ART Historical Jewelry - Gold, silver, diamond, onyx third ring, ca 1880, Private Collection. Front side of this gold ring with a pedestal that rotates has become a cameo of third onyx carved the bust of VII Luigi Parunaba Chiara Monty Pius.
Чудесные украшения, способные подчеркнуть особое очарование и создать яркий образ, или Из истории серёжек
Чудесные украшения, способные подчеркнуть особое очарование и создать яркий образ, или Из истории серёжек - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade