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Fibula Lombard, VII AD-Gold, silver, precious stones - National Archaeological Museum, Cividale del Friuli.

Courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum, Cividale del Friuli, Italy.

LONGOBARDIAN JEWELRY 600-900 CE  The Gumedruta ring, Lombardic or Ostrogothic, found at Bergamo,Italy; 6th-7th. Engraved with a female bust and inscribed in reverse "GUMED/RUTAVEC, the Germanic name Gumedruta followed by an abbreviated, honorific title ("Virgo Egregia"). She is shown wearing Byzantine-type clothing with a diadem with triple pendants. Such rings were used for sealing documents and private correspondence by royalty, royal officials and members of the nobility.

LONGOBARDIAN JEWELRY 600-900 CE The Gumedruta ring, Lombardic or Ostrogothic, found at Bergamo,Italy; 6th-7th. Engraved with a female bust and inscribed in reverse "GUMED/RUTAVEC, the Germanic name Gumedruta followed by an abbreviated, honorific title ("Virgo Egregia"). She is shown wearing Byzantine-type clothing with a diadem with triple pendants. Such rings were used for sealing documents and private correspondence by royalty, royal officials and members of the nobility.

Etruscan plate of gold.  The plate is finely decorated with different patterns. In the middle is a large ruby.  Etruscan.  Found in Italy.  Date is unknown.  Source: Leiden Museum of Antiquities

sporadicq: “ ancientpeoples: Etruscan plate of gold. The plate is finely decorated with different patterns. In the middle is a large ruby. Source: Leiden Museum of.

Elizabethan pomander, to dispel foul odours

A parcel-gilt silver pomander, made in Italy in the century; features a niello inscription Pomander, gold filigree, enclosing a ball of ambergris. Gold and Silver Pomander, Century

Byzantine Pendant with Cameo of Virgin  Late 12th-13th century  Mount Athos, Vatopedi Monastery

Byzantine Pendant with Intaglio of Virgin Late century Mount Athos, Vatopedi Monastery

“ Nocturnal, Italy, 17th century. A nocturnal is an instrument used to determine the local time based on the relative positions of two or more stars in the night sky. ”

~ Living a Beautiful Life ~ Nocturnal, Italy, century. A nocturnal is an instrument used to determine the local time based on the relative positions of two or more stars in the night sky

Gold earring decorated with filigree technique, Taranto, 3rd quarter of the 4th century BC. Cabinet des Médailles, Bibliothèque nationale de France, Paris. Image of: Jastrow / Wikimedia Commons / Public Domain

Etruscan gold earring with exquisite filigree work. ° Bastard perverts at Taranto National Museum, Italy discredit Etruscans despite filigree work is Etruscan art universally accepted °

Spilla in oro Etrusca a granulazione .. a sei punte con perle e perline di vetro,e smalto 550 A.C. da Cerveteri.

+Brooch, Ottonian (probably northern Italy) Gold with pearls, glass, and cloisonné enamel; decorated with miniature architectural forms constructed of fine gold filigree and granulation.

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