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Gilan, Grand Pheasants Ring White gold with emeralds and white diamonds.

cindy chao jewelry | CINDY CHAO The Art Jewel | Ring I

A PAIR OF BYZANTINE GOLD, AMETHYST AND PEARL EARRINGS CIRCA 5TH-6TH CENTURY A.D. Each composed of a plain open hoop, with three loops along the length, each framed by granules, suspending lengths of double-linked loop chain, terminating in a pearl and an amethyst; together with a modern gold and amethyst finger ring

Tentacle hand bracelet @Bailey Lauren Wagner this reminds me of something you'd like!!! Lol

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"With roots in Istanbul’s confectionery trade dating back to 1870, and a grandmother with a store famous for baklava, the opening of Hersey Askatan was a natural progression for its owner." P1000971 by Libertylondongirl, via Flickr


Dive into a sea of Tiffany jewelry with the Blue Book 2015

Cultured South Sea pearl and diamond ring from the Tiffany & Co. 2015 Blue Book collection.

Gold Signet Ring with Virgin and Child, 6th–7th century - Byzantine. As Christianity became the dominant religion in Byzantine society, Christian imagery was increasingly found on jewelry. Crosses appear by the fifth century; the Virgin Mary, saints, angels, and other holy figures became popular in the sixth century. The images were thought to protect the wearer, aid in prayers, and even perform miracles.