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Ancient Jewelry

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This design reveals its artistic credibility. These handcrafted earrings are reproductions of popular Victorian adaptations of a Roman design. Embellished with filigree threads, they come in your choice of diamond-cut amethyst, luminous opal, faceted citrine, cabochon lapis lazuli, onyx, blue topaz, baroque pearl or ir

This design reveals its artistic credibility. These handcrafted earrings are reproductions of popular Victorian adaptations of a Roman design. Embellished with filigree threads, they come in your choice of diamond-cut amethyst, luminous opal, faceted citrine, cabochon lapis lazuli, onyx, blue topaz, baroque pearl or iridescent moonstone. 24k gold over sterling silver. European backs. Size: 1 3/4 inches.

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Collier en or avec médaillon représentant une déesse - Égypte, période romaine (30 avant notre ère - 300 CE), or, verre vert, longueur 43,82 cm - William Randolph Hearst Collection (50.22.20). [http: //www.lacma.org/art/collection/egyptian-art Art égyptien]

Wikimedia Commons image page Description Title Gold Necklace with Medallion Depicting a Goddess (image 2 of 2) Description : Egypt, Roman Period (30 BCE - 300 CE) : Jewelry and Adornments : Gold, green glass : William Randolph Hearst Collection (50.22.20) : [http: //www.lacma.org/art/collection/egyptian-art Egyptian Art] Accession number 50.22.20 Date Roman Period (30 BCE - 300 CE) Dimensions Length- 17 1/4 in. (43.82 cm) Source *Image: http…

Олег Кавун в Твиттере: «Знатная летняя обувка. Золотые сандалии и "напалечники". Египет. 1500 год до РХ. Кто сегодня рискнул бы такие шлепанцы надеть? https://t.co/7454Pm5xSY» / Твиттер

“Знатная летняя обувка. Золотые сандалии и "напалечники". Египет. 1500 год до РХ. Кто сегодня рискнул бы такие шлепанцы надеть?”

The History of Jewelry, from Ancient Mesopotamia to Today

While the pieces on display are beautiful, The Met's Jewelry: The Body Transformed exhibition is lacking in curatorial vision, dividing the objects into blandly-broad thematic sections.

Its elderly owner, who wants to remain anonymous, was stunned when he found it. Needless to say his shock gauge went through the roof when an auctioneer then told him the valuable artefact it is worth at least £100,000

The delicate Greek myrtle wreath, which is thought to date to 300BC, was found in a tatty cardboard box in a modest Somerset property. Auctioneers say it could sell for as much as £200,000.

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