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A pair of gold bracelets. Palaiokastro, Thessaly (ancient Metropolis of Hestiaiotis) century BC

Magnificent jewelry, ancient Greco-Roman 1st - 2nd century BC.

ancientart: “ Ancient Greek Bracelets from the Olbia Treasure, Elements: late century BC; Courtesy & currently located at the Walters Art Museum, USA: “ This.

Ancient Golden Headband, During the time of the Homeric poems the jewellery are either well-shaped objects of everyday use such as brooches and pins or ornaments which underline beauty. During the seventh century the talisman character of the jewels re-surfaces, and their powers seem to be valid for the person wearing the jewel or for the dead in their other lifetime to which the simple man didn't stop believing

Ancient Golden Headband, During the time of the Homeric poems the jewellery are either well-shaped objects of everyday use such as brooches and pins or ornaments which underline beauty. During the seventh century the talisman character of the jewels re-surfaces, and their powers seem to be valid for the person wearing the jewel or for the dead in their other lifetime to which the simple man didn't stop believing

Golden bracelet, in a form of a snake. Decorated with inlayed sardian stones. Probably from Thessaly. Ca. 200 B.C.

golden bracelet, in form of snake. decorated with inlayed sardian stones. probably from Thessaly. 200 B.

Eastern Mediterranean, RomanPair of Gold Earrings, 3rd century A.D

Pair of Gold Earrings,Eastern Mediterranean, Roman, century CE. Jewelry and Adornments; earrings Gold Length: 2 in.

Pair of Gold earrings in the form of an inverted pyramid 400-350 BC Classical Greek The basic form of these earrings has a long history, probably from the early sixth century down into the Hellenistic period. The simpler, and often earlier, pieces lack a disc or other element above. Many simple bronze examples have been found at Lusoi, Olympia and Olynthus. (Source: The British Museum)

ancientpeoples: “ Pair of Gold earrings in the form of an inverted pyramid BC Classical Greek The basic form of these earrings has a long history, probably from the early sixth century down.

Hellenistic Gold & Amethyst Erotes Earrings, 3rd Century BC These two gems, which are nearly identical but symmetric, were certainly a pair. They were each made of three elements. The first is a long, gold wire, bent into a hook shape for insertion into the earlobe. Soldered to this hook is a disk that is fashioned into a seven-petal rosette with a central sphere and edges in twisted gold wire. The second part is an amethyst bead suspended from the disk by a ring made of gold wire. The ...

Phoenix Ancient Art brings some examples of Hellenistic Jewelry. Hellenistic Gold Earrings Ornamented with Two Erotes

A collection of gold granulated bracelets and ring, Greek mid 5th century A.D.

A collection of gold granulated bracelets and ring, Greek mid century A.

Gold Temple Pendant with Athena, Bosporan Kingdom, C. 400-350 BCOne of a pair of pendants found in the Kul Oba barrow in Kerch (map), Crimea.

Gold Temple Pendant with Athena, Bosporan Kingdom, C. BCOne of a pair of pendants found in the Kul Oba barrow in Kerch (map), Crimea.

A COILED-WIRE BRACELET WITH FELINE-HEAD TERMINALS D. 8 cm. Gold Greco-Thracian, 4th-3rd cent. B.C. — with Denise Pimentel and Şakir Akasya.

(Thracia, Bulgaria) A Coiled - wire Gold bracelet with feline-head terminal. Gold Greco-Thracian, ca cent. with Denise Pimentel and Şakir Akasya.

AN EAST GREEK GOLD AND CARNELIAN SCARAB FINGER RING -  ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA LATE 6TH CENTURY B.C.

AN EAST GREEK GOLD AND CARNELIAN SCARAB FINGER RING - ARCHAIC PERIOD, CIRCA LATE 6TH CENTURY B.C.

Cuff bracelet  Nubian, Early Kerma, 2400–2050 B.C. This is one of two cuff bracelets found on the wrist of a deceased individual. This one has squared ends, while the other has rounded ends. Found in Kerma, Nubia (Sudan), made from ivory

This is one of two cuff bracelets found on the wrist of a deceased individual. This one has squared ends, while the other has rounded ends.

Spherical Pendant or Button Date: 900–950 Geography: Made in Bulgaria (possibly) Culture: Byzantine Medium: Cloisonné enamel and gold Dimensions: Overall: 1 1/4 x 1 1/8 in. (3.2 x 2.9 cm) Classification: Enamels-Cloisonné

Spherical Pendant or Button Date: Geography: Made in Bulgaria (possibly)…

Scythian Diadem | Dimensions 8,1x12,3 cm. Diadem with a knot of Hercules.III century BC.

Scythian Diadem | Dimensions 8,1x12,3 cm. Diadem with a knot of Hercules.III century BC.

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