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Lion Bracelet of Sithathoryunet; Middle Kingdom, Dynasty 12, reign of Senwosret II–Amenemhat III Date: ca. 1887–1813 B.C. Says gold, carnelian and turquoise but looks like gold and amethyst to me!
Ostrogothic Gold and Garnet Cloisonne Orinthomorphic Fibula, From the Domagnano Treasure. Gold and garnet, 5th Century C.E., Danube river region of Europe
Collar Pendant, late 5th–early 6th century, gold & garnet, Italy
Staffordshire Hoard gold treasure, found with metal detector
Phoenician Gold & Garnet Pendant -- Circa 8th-6th Centuries BCE
7c Anglo-Saxon/ Byzantine, Garnet cross framing a gold coin of Heraclius, AD 613-632
Roman Necklace with Relief Pendant Gold garnet emerald glass and chalcedony 200 - 400 CE
Western Asiatic Gold Lid with a Head of a Bearded Bull with Turquoise Inlay Gold with turquoise inlay, 3rd-2nd millennium B.C.E., western central Asia
Brooch, first half of 5th century, Eastern Germanic, Silver with gold sheet overlay, garnets
Ceremonial Knife (tumi), 9th–11th century Peru, Sicán (Lambayeque) Gold, silver, turquoise
Early 7th century Anglo-Saxon pendant, probably made in southeastern England, gold with garnets
ROMAN GOLD, EMERALD, AND GARNET NECKLACE With a gold granulated pendant in the form of an amphora. 3rd Century AD