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.
ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS NECKLACE II-III century A.D. Composed of nine gold pendants with double-ribbed suspension loop decorated with twisted wire, blue glass cabochons set in collar with pinched edge; fourteen hollow, ribbed gold beads, soldered from two halves and terminated by strip-twisted wire collars; sixty-six spherical and globular blue glass beads.
A rare collection of ancient Roman Glass convex discs ~ 200 BC to 400 AD. Found in Afghanistan, they were originally fragments of ancient bottles which have been drilled and rounded into curved discs, displaying a brilliant and multicoloured luminescence resulting from the glass's hundreds of years beneath the ground.