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Persimmon Bird Earrings  Antique Brass Earrings  by OzBrooklyn

Persimmon Bird Earrings Antique Brass Earrings by OzBrooklyn

Scythian, 4th c. | Found in the burial of a Scythian woman; boat shapes reflect ties with colonies along the Black Sea. This is so interesting to me!!! Go ancient diva!!!

Pair of Gold Scythian Earrings -- Century CE -- Discovered @ the burial site of a Scythian woman. The boat shapes reflect ties with colonies along the Black Sea.

Roman Gold Finger Ring with Minerva Intaglio, 1st century BC-2nd century AD. Such amazing goldwork!

Roman Gold Finger Ring with Minerva Intaglio, century century AD. Such amazing goldwork!

Islam: Along with mosaics, Islamic culture can also be tied to having ornate, colorful jewelry often depicting religious symbols. "Ear pendant with riders. Sirkap, Taxila, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province 1st century CE. Gold and turquoise. H. 4 5/16 in. (10.9 cm)."

Islam: Along with mosaics, Islamic culture can also be tied to having ornate, colorful jewelry often depicting religious symbols. "Ear pendant with riders.

Ring in the shape of cat. Ancient Egypt, 2700 years old.

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My spirit animal the cat in my stone, carnelian (according to Celtic beliefs). However this is actually a Gold finger-ring. Carnelian, in form of cat; wedjat-eye on under-side. Ancient Egypt, from the Third Intermediate Period, 1070 - 712 BC.

A ROMAN GOLD SNAKE RING   CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.-1ST CENTURY A.D.   The body formed of coiled alternating plain and beaded wire, the neck twisted into a figure-of-eight, the tail coiled into two spiral loops, details on the head delineated  7/8 in. (2.2 cm.) long

A ROMAN GOLD SNAKE RING CIRCA CENTURY CENTURY A. The body formed of coiled alternating plain and beaded wire, the neck twisted into a figure-of-eight, the tail coiled into two spiral loops, details on the head delineated in.

A Roman gold and hardstone amuletic bracelet. Eastern Empire, circa 1st-3rd Century A.D. - The gold bracelet in the form of a bangle, oval in section, each end wound spirally along the hoop, with seven amulets or beads, including an amber bead, a carnelian phallic pendant with gold mount, a spherical banded onyx bead, a pointed agate pendant suspended from a gold loop, an amber bead with drilled detail, a rock crystal pendant with gold mount, and a haematite pendant. | © Bonhams 2001-2014

Looks like it was made yesterday! But it is a Roman gold and hardstone amuletic bracelet. Eastern Empire, circa Century A. - The gold bracelet in the form of a bangle, oval in section, each end wound spirally along the hoop, with seven amulets or beads.

Gold triple-finger ring | Roman, Syrian | Late Imperial or Late Antique | The Met. This ring exemplifies a flamboyant type of costume jewelry that was especially popular in the eastern half of the Roman Empire. The three finger bands support five colorful settings, containing pearls, glass imitation gems, and a central green bead (a modern replacement).

Gold triple-finger ring | Roman, Syrian | Late Imperial or Late Antique | The Met. This ring exemplifies a flamboyant type of costume jewelry that was especially popular in the eastern half of the Roman Empire. The three finger bands support five colorful settings, containing pearls, glass imitation gems, and a central green bead (a modern replacement).

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