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Earring Period: Roman Period, later than Date: A.D. 4th century or later Geography: Egypt

Roman Glass goblet Late Imperial Date: 4th century A.D. or later

Scythian Pectoral. 4th-century B.C. Discovered in the kurgan “Tovsta Mohyla”, Dnepropetrovsk region, Ukraine.

Gold necklace with amber pendants, Greece, 6th century B.C.

Eros earrings, made in Greece, late 4th century BC

A single gold earringProduction place: Northern Greece, probablyDate: around 200–1 BC

The Fitzwilliam Museum : Hellenistic Greek World400-1 BC

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Perfume Flask - Greek Corinthian 640-625 BC

Perfume Flask with Lions (Getty Museum)

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Mirror, c. 470-460 BC Greece, Sicyon(?), 5th Century BC

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Bell Krater, Attributed to The McDaniel Painter, Ancient Greece, 380 BC-370 BC

The Sophilos Dinos, Painted by Sophilos, Ancient Greece, 580 BC-570 BC. It shows the Wedding of Peleus and Thetis, above friezes of real and imaginary animals.

Earrings, gold and quartz, found at Pompeii

ITALIAN OR GERMAN, 16TH CENTURY FINGER RING WITH SAINT GEORGE AND THE DRAGON enamelled gold, the circular bezel set with an emerald cut intaglio.

Dragons on Gold Saxon belt buckle 6th century CE. Sutton Hoo

Gold Finger Ring 1450-1200 BC Late Cypriot (Source: The British Museum)

Pristine 19thC Antique Chinese Fanciful Ceramic Salamander Bat Motif Vase

A woman’s “memorial poesy ring” from 1592, made of gold and rock crystal. On the ring’s inner surface is inscribed, “The cruel seas, remember, took him in November.

A ROMAN GOLD RING, ca. 4th century AD. The ring set with two settings, one a cabachon garnet.

LILY VASE (replica) Minoan date of the original: c. 1600-1580 B.C.E, (Late Minoan I) Original- Palace of Knossos, Crete; now in the Herakleion Museum

7th century Byzantine pendant

Jeweled Bracelet (one of pair); Gold, silver, pearls, amethyst, sapphire, glass, quartz. Byzantine, probably made in Constantinople, 6th-7th century

Bowl, 3rd–4th century a.d. Roman Blown glass

Wine cup with scenes of Bacchus and his consort Ariadne Roman, Rome, 25 B.C. - A.D. 25 Cameo glass The J. Paul Getty Museum

Gold snake bracelet with garnet, from the Greek-Hellenistic period, 3rd-to-2nd century BC

12th C. Cizhou Ware Vase. Stoneware with bold black sgraffito design in slip under glaze. North China, Northern Song period.

Sphinx Ornament From a Throne 7th с BC