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Marble corner acroterion with acanthus scrolls. Julio-Claudian period. 1st half of 1st century A.D. Roman

An antique Byzantine revival gold bangle, circa 1880 Of hinged design and oriental inspiration, the textured gold ram's head terminal to the highly decorated band of bead and ropetwist detail, mounted in yellow gold, some beads deficient, weighing 44.3 grams total, inner circumference 16.8cm

Bonhams : An antique Byzantine revival gold bangle,

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Pair of Ear Ornaments Inlaid with Stones Period: Central Javanese period Date: Second half of the 8th–second half of the 10th century Culture: Indonesia (Java) Medium: Gold with inlaid stones

Greek Gold Belt With a Herakles Knot Culture : Greek Period : Greek, late 4th – early 3rd century B.C.

Gold Finger Rings Roman 1st/2nd Century AD Gold finger-ring; in the form of a serpent coiled in a spiral; in one of the eyes is a small emerald.

Roman, probably from Italy Bracelet, 1st/2nd century A.D. Gold. Would make lovely ankle raclet

Pair of earrings with female figure, Greek ,Date: late 4th century BC

1830s Pinchbeck Seed Pod Drop Earrings,   Source: Erie Basin

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A 19th century gold and citrine festoon necklace Composed of a series of graduated collet-set oval mixed-cut citrines with bead decoration, suspending nine pear-shaped citrine drops, circa 1870

Woman in beautiful pink dress.Postcard 1910.Photo Digital Download.4"x6"inches..

Vintage 50s Christian Dior Pearls

Detail embroidery, waistcoat with sleeves, England, early 18th century. Linen, lavishly embroidered with stylized floral motifs in coloured silk and metallic thread.

Mirror in giltwood frame in the rococo style

Chinese Chippendale George III (C1760) Mirror (MR6) in Chambord (M7D) finish. 780mm wide x 1520mm high x 80mm deep.

Serpentine bracelet, discovered near Corinth, Greece, 4th-3rd centuries BC. “Snakes, traditionally associated with the underworld, were a favorite motif in ancient Greek jewelry, possibly due to the widespread belief in their magic powers.” -The Louvre

Fan, French, mid-18th century

18th century fan

Gold earrings, from Vulci (Lazio). Etruscan civilization,3rd-2nd Century BC.