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.
A NEW KINGDOM GOLD AND CARNELIAN NECKLACE dynasty xviii-xix, 1550-1196 b.c. Composed of twenty-eight flat carnelian lotus-seed pendants interspersed with globular and lozenge-shaped carnelian beads, and hollow, incised gold beads with cylindrical collars, the necklace centered by a Roman Period gold-mounted carnelian scarab pendant with a gold lentoid suspension, set with a small cabachon garnet
Gold chain, comprising eleven gold crosses strung with links of pearls with six pink tourmaline beads alternating with six green chalcedony beads terminating in openwork discs with hook fastening. Crosses: Byzantine, circa 600 AD Pearls and some beads: modern
A WESTERN ASIATIC LAPIS LAZULI BEAD NECKLACE CIRCA 3RD-2ND MILLENNIUM B.C. Composed of thirty-six convex-biconical lapis lazuli beads, graduated in size, centered by a spherical lapis lazuli bead, interspersed with modern faceted gold beads; strung with a modern S-hook closure 18 in. (45.7 cm.) long