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David Goldblatt (South African, born 1930), A Bridal Party, Orlando East, Soweto, 1970, Gelatin silver print, 24.5 x 24.7 cm (9 5/8 x 9 3/4 in.), The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Purchased with funds provided by the Photographs Council, © David Goldblatt

David Goldblatt’s Photographs of South Africa Join the Getty Museum’s Collection

This Roman ring is over 1600 years old and still looking as impressive as ever.  Ring, A.D. 375 - 400, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.

lich-tung: thegetty: This Roman ring is over 1600 years old and still looking as impressive as ever. Ring, A.

Agate Cameo Ring, Roman (in a modern gold setting), A.D. 400–500. The J. Paul Getty Museum

Roman Cameo with hand pinching an ear Circa A. 400 - Modern mount Agate and gold, cameo set in a modern mount. The Greek inscription reads: “Remember me, your dear sweetheart, and fare well, Sophronios

Engagement Ring with a Greek Inscription, about A.D. 1175–1300. Gold and enamel, 1 3/16 in. diam. Image courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Une bague de mariage dans l'empire Byzantin - 1200

thegetty: “ “In the Byzantine Empire, as today, rings exchanged during the marriage rite witnessed a couple’s legitimate union. Three rings were associated with this rite of passage: one ring for.

Bracelet (Getty Museum); gold, glass and emerald. Roman, circa 300-400 AD

Bracelet Roman, A. 300 - 400 A heavy gold band elaborated by colored stones and glass forms this massive gold bracelet. The bracelet was made in two pieces, which were then hinged and secured with a pin decorated with green glass. The edges of the.

Dans l’empire Byzantin comme de nos jours une bague était échangée lors d’un rite du mariage d’un couple, pour symboliser leur union. Celle ci est en or avec des inscriptions en Grec et date d’entre 1175 et 1300.

Une bague de mariage dans l'empire Byzantin - 1200

Engagement Ring with a Greek Inscription, about A. Gold and enamel, 1 in. Image courtesy of the National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Golden rings of the ancient world: examples from Rome, Greece and Egypt. 1 - The Roman ring in the form of a snake dates to the 1st century AD. (The Walters Art Museum). 2- The Greek example dates to the 4th century BC. ( The J. Paul Getty Museum). 3 - The Egyptian signet ring shown last dates to ca. 664-404 BC. ( Brooklyn Museum)

Golden rings of the ancient world: examples from Rome, Greece and Egypt. 1 - The Roman ring in the form of a snake dates to the century AD. (The Walters Art Museum). The Greek example dates to the century BC.

Ring inscribed with a dedication to Hera (goddess of marriage), Greek, Argos, about 575 BC.

Ring inscribed with a dedication to Hera (goddess of marriage), Greek, Argos, about 575 BC. ““Harriknidas dedicated [this] to the goddess white-armed Hera” declare the words on this simple, gold-plated silver ring. At first the ring was decorated.

This ring is a faithful recreation of the handmade original, now in the Museum…

French: Only You Sterling Silver Sterling Silver Ring

Sterling Silver French Poesy Ring "No Other" - The Getty Store. (This ring is inscribed with "ne weil aymer autre que vous" meaning: I do not wish to love any other).

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