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Jewelry 1st to 6th C - 0 -799


Jewelry 1st to 6th C - 0 -799

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Crown from Tomb VI, Tillya Tepe, Afghanistan, 2nd quarter of the 1st century AD .

Gold Earrings with Pearls and Sapphires Byzantine, found in 1902 at Karavas, Cyprus Made 500-700

A votive crown belonging to Recceswinth (653–672), as found in the treasure of Guarrazar, Spain. (National Archaeological Museum of Spain).

The Sapphire Talisman of Charlemagne, c. 768-814. Two large cabochon sapphires - one oval, one square - enclose holy relics (what are supposed to be a remnant of the Holy Cross and a small piece of the Virgin's hair, visible only when looking through the oval sapphire at the front of the medallion.) The other gemstones are garnets, emeralds, and pearls.

Courtly Lives..." - The French Crown Jewels

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Medieval earring

500 - 550, Frankish, Silver, gilt and cast; garnet with unpatterned foil backing; bone; iron spring/pin 2 x 3 3/8 x 7/16 in. (5.1 x 8.6 x 1.1 cm)

Set of jewelry, early 5th century B.C., Etruscan.

One of a pair of #gold pendants with turquoise, garnet, lapis lazuli, carnelian and pearls showing the “Dragon Master,” from the second quarter of the first century A.D., found at #Tillya_Tepe in northern #Afghanistan. #nomad #scythian

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Woman being held up by a posting stand - The purpose of the posing stand was to keep the posers fixed and in position because of the time it took to take the photographs. The subject is placed in front of the camera. If necessary, the pose is held with the assistance of adjustable head rests, clamps and posing stands.

Diadem from the Khokhlach Barrow, 1st century.

Pair of Byzantine Jeweled Bracelets, c. 500 - 700. Made in Constantinople of gold, silver, pearl, amethyst, sapphire, glass, quartz, and emerald plasma

iron pendant, raw diamonds

Brooch, 100-300, Roman.

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The Valchitran Treasure The Valchitran golden treasure was unearthed in 1925 ...

5" long pendant found about 2 miles from El Cano burialground.. Center stone is emerald

One of a pair of #gold pendants with turquoise, garnet, lapis lazuli, carnelian and pearls showing the “Dragon Master,” from the second quarter of the first century A.D., found at #Tillya_Tepe in northern #Afghanistan. #nomad #scythian

375-400 AD Roman gold ring with bust of man; 3/4" x 1"; Getty 83.AM.228.4. Per Getty: bust of man engraved on flat square bezel; Roman military attire, but elements typical of eastern Sassanian kingdom: orientation of figure (head one way, body other), hairstyle. Stars both Roman and Sassanian. Man w/o earring unusual for Sassanian. Blend suggests on edges of Empire. Perhaps commission to Sassanian artist by Roman military official?

ROMAN GOLD RING III-IV c. A.D

PAIR OF GREEK GOLD BRACELETS HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.

Pair of Jeweled Bracelets, 500–700 Byzantine; Probably made in Constantinople Gold, silver, pearl, amethyst, sapphire, glass, quartz, and emerald plasma

PAIR OF GERMANIC GOLD AND CARNELIAN EARRINGS CIRCA 5TH CENTURY A.D.

This seal is accompanied by an impression made from it in modern times to show what the positive image would look like. The female figure it depicts probably represents the Buddhist goddess Hariti wearing Indian dress and holding a cornucopia or horn of plenty. Hariti was a child-eating ogress but after her conversion to Buddhism she became a protector of children and was worshipped as a mother goddess. 2nd to 4th century - V & A

Pair of earrings Place of origin: Egypt (possibly, made) Europe (possibly, made) Date: 1st century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Gold, hung with bronze figure - V & A