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ARCHAEOLOGY.   Gold earring from Milo (Greece). Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization.

ARCHAEOLOGY. Gold earring from Milo (Greece). Goldsmith art, Greek Civilization.

Etruscan civilization, 5th century b.C. Goldsmithery. Arc fibulae. From Fraore, fraction of Parma, Italy.

Etruscan civilization, 5th century b.C. Goldsmithery. Arc fibulae. From Fraore, fraction of Parma, Italy.

Pre-Columbian civilizations, Peru. Nazca culture, gold mask. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC

Pre-Columbian civilizations, Peru. Nazca culture, gold mask. Full Credit: DEA PICTURE LIBRARY / Granger, NYC

COLOMBIAN ART:   Gold pectoral. Popayan, Columbia.

COLOMBIAN ART: Gold pectoral. Popayan, Columbia.

ARCHAEOLOGY.   Gold ring with spiral, Italy. Goldsmith art. Greek civilization, Magna Graecia.

ARCHAEOLOGY. Gold ring with spiral, Italy. Goldsmith art. Greek civilization, Magna Graecia.

ARCHAEOLOGY.   Gold earrings from Tomb III of the Circle A of Mycenae (Greece). Goldsmith art, Mycenaean Civilization, 16th Century BC.

ARCHAEOLOGY. Gold earrings from Tomb III of the Circle A of Mycenae (Greece). Goldsmith art, Mycenaean Civilization, 16th Century BC.

Africa | Ivory ring from the Dinka people of Sudan | Late 19th century | Dinka men call themselves the elite of men. Tall naked men, their bodies coated with ashes, and are very fond of ivory jewellery. Very graphic, the spectacular Dinka rings are the privilege of persons of rank. In African art, dot-shaped motifs refer to stars or grains of millet. In hunting areas, the grouped dots represent the hunter or the game.

Africa | Ivory ring from the Dinka people of Sudan | Late 19th century | Dinka men call themselves the elite of men. Tall naked men, their bodies coated with ashes, and are very fond of ivory jewellery. Very graphic, the spectacular Dinka rings are the privilege of persons of rank. In African art, dot-shaped motifs refer to stars or grains of millet. In hunting areas, the grouped dots represent the hunter or the game.

Silver earrings with enamel and glass, 1900. Algeria, 19th century. Full credit: Granger, NYC

Silver earrings with enamel and glass, 1900. Algeria, 19th century. Full credit: Granger, NYC

MEXICO: MIXTEC EARRING.   Mixtec earring made with a lost-wax casting method. From Mexico, 10th-16th century.

MEXICO: MIXTEC EARRING. Mixtec earring made with a lost-wax casting method. From Mexico, 10th-16th century.

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