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Glass Inlay of the Pharaoh Akhenaten, Egypt, New Kingdom, BCE. Cast, then cold-worked to refine the sculptural quality of the portrait and to create cavities for additional inlays for the eye and eyebrow.

British Museum - Lapis-lazuli bull's head: probably Mesopotamian in origin, set into a gold mount of Egyptian workmanship with floral decoration.

British Museum - Lapis-lazuli bull's head: probably Mesopotamian in origin, set into a gold mount of Egyptian workmanship with floral decoration.

Open-Ring Brooch, early 9th century, make in Galway, Ireland, Pictish or Irish, cast silver, partially gilded, amber cabochons.

Open-Ring Brooch, early 9th century, make in Galway, Ireland, Pictish or Irish, cast silver, partially gilded, amber cabochons.

300-100 BCE. Scotland's Stirling Hoard. 2 unusual and elegant Iron Age Gold twisted ribbon Torcs which curl rather than entwine. Torcs are associated with Celtic tribes. These were buried intentionally in a prehistoric roundhouse.

300-100 BCE. Scotland's Stirling Hoard. 2 unusual and elegant Iron Age Gold twisted ribbon Torcs which curl rather than entwine. Torcs are associated with Celtic tribes. These were buried intentionally in a prehistoric roundhouse.

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