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Gold Halskette Spät Bronzezeit ca.1600-1100.vor Chr. Mykene Nationale Archäologische Museum Athen Griechenland Золотое ожерелье. Поздний бронзовый век. 1600-1100 до н.э. Микены. Национальный археологический музей, Афины, Греция

Gold Halskette Spät Bronzezeit ca.1600-1100.vor Chr. Mykene Nationale Archäologische Museum Athen Griechenland Золотое ожерелье. Поздний бронзовый век. 1600-1100 до н.э. Микены. Национальный археологический музей, Афины, Греция

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A konyak Naga lady adorned in traditional finery, Nagaland, NE India

Necklace Phoenican (Glass), Etruscan (gold) Italy 7th Century...

Necklace Phoenican (Glass), Etruscan (gold) Italy Century BC Necklace (probably recomposed) consisting of a) a central ram’s head Phoenician type pendant of rod-formed blue, white and yellow opaque glass; b) two gold beads in the form of two.

Jewellery set of cylinder and stamp seals Image: © The Trustees of the British Museum. All rights reserved.

Babylonian and Assyrian cylinder seals in century gold settings. (source) The seals, which date from BC, were collected by Sir Austin Henry Layard, who had them made into jewelry as a wedding present for his bride Enid in 1869

A gilded silver pomander, Germany ca. 1486-1500. 4.7cm high. Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln (H 832 CL, Köln) Details: http://www.kulturelles-erbe-koeln.de/documents/obj/05115149

A gilded silver pomander, Germany ca.

A large Sumerian lapis lazuli bead, c. 2500 BC, image ex Christie's (but via an intermediary).

A large Sumerian lapis lazuli bead, c. 2500 BC, image ex Christie's (but via an intermediary).

Ancient Roman - from the British Museum - Gold Ear Ring

Gold ear-ring: plain ring with a hook at one end and a loop at the other; on it are five pendants: a plain gold bead, a pearl on a pendant rod, a cross within a wheel, a green glass bead on a rod, and a double ring of beads.

Africa | Bracelet / amulet (suman) consisting of sixteen multi-coloured glass beads threaded on to vegetable fibre string. There are also four hollow lost wax castings in gold of beads in the form of stylised human molar teeth with three pronged roots threaded two apiece either end of the string. Asante people, Royal Palace, Kumase Ghana, 19th century

Catalogue of the Asante gold regalia from the west-Africa state of Asante in modern-day Ghana in the British Museum collection

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