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Mycenaean Gold Necklace, 16th Century BCWith 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.

Myceneae, rich in gold by Andy Montgomery, via Flickr

Byzantine Cross. 7th century - early 6th century AD

Gold archaeological style necklace, the wide strap chain edged with rosettes and small seed shaped pendants hung with chains with more rosettes terminating in amphorae and larger seed shaped pendants, fastening behind, the clasps decorated with filigree palmettes. Castellani, c.1872.

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René Lalique Joan of Arc pendant. Enamelled gold rectangular pendant enclosing a gold relief representing Joan of Arc burnt at the stake, with a man below holding up a crucifix, framed by flames to every side, sapphire hanging below, c1900 Rene Lalique (1860-1945).

Necklace, Italy, 550-400 BC, gold and amber

Gold ring, the hoop merging with shoulders chased with volutes, formerly enamelled, supporting a high quatrefoil bezel set with a table cut diamond, the petals enamelled black with gold ornament reserved. Back of bezel formerly enamelled. Second half of the 16th century.

Faience and Gold Necklace. Egypt, Late Period-Ptolemaic Period, 711-30 B.C. Jewelry and Adornments Blue, green, yellow, and tan faience, mother of pearl, and gold