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Sarmatian gold and gemstone bracelet, 1st century CE - Sokolova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Kovalivka, Mykolaiv Region, Ukraine.

Sarmatian gold and gemstone bracelet, century CE - Sokolova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Kovalivka, Mykolaiv Region, Ukraine.

Gold pendant set with garnets and hung with a pearl, with an enamelled back. Possibly German, ca 1650

Garnet Pendant - German - c. 1650 - Gold pendant set with garnets and hung with a pearl, with an enamelled back

Greek gold bracelets, late 2nd century BC; Gold, garnet, amethyst, emerald, pearl, chrysoprase, glass, enamel, and modern replacements #GoldBracelets

Greek gold bracelets, late 2nd century BC; Gold, garnet, amethyst, emerald, pearl, chrysoprase, glass, enamel, and modern replacements #GoldBracelets

ROMAN GOLD FINGER RING SET WITH A CYLINDRICAL EMERALD BEAD on a gold pin within a crenelated, rectangular bezel, the shank with open scroll work at the shoulder to secure the bezel. Ca. 3rd Century AD.

Roman gold finger ring set with a cylindrical emerald bead on a gold pin within a crenelated, rectangular bezel, the shank with open scroll work at the shoulder to secure the bezel.

Roman Phoenicia (30-337AD), Pr. 24-karat earrings in the form of a bunch of grapes made up of 5 granulated spheres, seprated by a horizontal ring, and surmounted by a crescent ornamented w/ beautiful garnet cabochon...

Earrings with garnet Roman Phoenicia. A typical design from that period, in gold and with two garnet oval cabochon.

Finger Ring Date: 7th century Geography: Made in, Northern France Culture: Frankish Medium: Gold, garnet cabochon

Frankish Garnet Finger RingDate: century Geography: Made in Northern France Culture: Frankish Medium: Gold, garnet cabochon

A Late Roman Gold Cuff Bracelet Inlaid with Glass and Precious Stones     Gold, glass, and precious stones (emeralds, sapphires, garnets), ca. 370-400 C.E.  Found together with the preceding coin belt and the following bracelet.  From the collection of the Getty Villa, Malibu, California.

A Late Roman Gold Cuff Bracelet Inlaid with Glass and Precious Stones Gold, glass, and precious stones (emeralds, sapphires, garnets), ca. 370-400 C.E. Found together with the preceding coin belt and the following bracelet. From the collection of the Getty Villa, Malibu, California.

During the Republic, Romans shunned the opulent display of jewellery. Years  later, as the Empire was established, vast amounts of gold and a wide array  of ...

Pendant depicting a familyabout 350 AD. Gold openwork with garnets and silver inlay.

Sarmatian Gold (Ring with gold fly and two spinels  1st century CE.  Sokolova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Kovalivka, Mykolaiv Region.  Excavations 1974.)

Ring with gold fly and two spinels century CE. Sokolova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Kovalivka, Mykolaiv Region. Excavations Sokolova Mohyla tumulus near the village of Kovalivka, Mykolaiv Region.

Egyptian Gold Serpent Ring Roman Period, 30 BC-323 AD. A flat-section finger ring formed as a single bar coiled to form the hoop with hatched texture to the outer face, extended through a sinuous curve above and below, bulb finial for the head; two small garnet cabochon and one larger to the upper face, each in a cell with ropework collet border.

A flat-section finger ring formed as a single bar coiled to form the hoop with hatched texture to the outer face, extended through a sinuous curve above and below, bulb finial for the head;

Téhéran: Reza Abbasi Museum

Sasanian gold necklace, with king and flanking lions in carved lapis lazuli, - century A.

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