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Necklace made with glass beads from the Islamic glassmaking period, 900 to 1200 AD. Center of glass making was Fustat in Egypt (today's Cairo) . The large beads are very rare

Ancient Greek Jewelry: Necklace with Butterfly Pendant with gold, amethyst, chalcedony, emerald, rock crystal, pearl, and colored glass

Africa | Old Tuareg Silver beads


The gold figure of 8 loops in loop chain terminates in a clasp between volutes. From it hangs a crescent shaped pendant, the surface decorated with a pattern of spirals and petals, and further embellished with four cabochon garnets, one large in the centre and three smaller beneath the suspension loop and at the extremities, all in dog tooth collets. Greco-Roman, 1st century B.C.

Morocco | Old Berber necklace or head ornament from Foum Zguid (close to the oasis of Jebel Bani in the south) | Silver, coral, amber, resin, shells, mixed metals | Mid 20th century | Sold

Africa | Details from a belt from the Kuba people of DR Congo | Glass beads, shells, leather, natural fiber

SKJ ancient bead art | item description | oth1 Ancient Blue Lace Agate & Chalcedony BeadsMaterial:Blue AgateOrigin:Ancient Persia - Possibly Sassanian PeriodCondition:Very good - excellentAge:Est 1400 - 1800 years

Gold pendant, the oval frame bordered with strapwork, flowers, fruit and leaves, enamelled green, blue and white with traces of red, surrounding a sardonyx cameo portrait of a woman, probably a Ptolemaic princess as Demeter/Ceres, veiled and wreathed with poppies, facing in profile towards the right. Suspension loop, and drop shaped sapphire hanging below. Cameo: 2nd/1st century B.C., Sapphire: 11th century, Mount:16th century.

Old Beads Collected Mostly from Pakistan & SurroundsCondition:Worn Robust Condition. A few Chips & DigsAge:Est 900 - 1800 Years