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Ring, 1-200 Parthian, 1st-2nd Century gold

Viking Gold Plaited Ring 9th-11th century AD . A finger ring formed from plaited wire, forged together behind and each end coiled around the other.

A ROMAN GOLD NECKLACE CIRCA 3RD CENTURY A.D.

Hair decoration from Afghanistan, Tillia tepe, tomb III, 1st century. Gold

This torc is made from finely-twisted gold ribbons – a style typical of Scotland and Ireland. Its size suggests it was worn by women or youths, Ca.300-100 BC, Europe.

Scythian Gold Double Dragon Torc Necklace from Central Asia (200 BC - 0)

Gold Collar. 800-700 BC. National Museum of Ireland.

Neck Ring, Celtic France 500-300BC bronze

Necklace: Europe, ca. 550-400 B.C.

Gold necklace: from the treasure of the royal tombs Tanis, ca. 1070-712 B.C. Cairo Museum.

Ancient comb

Goldknot and lapis lazuli ring from the Aigina treasure. Minoan, about 1850-1550 BC From Aigina, Aegean Sea.

Necklace or collar of gold consisting of four rows of rings threaded on a pad of fibre: Ancient Egyptian, from Qurna, Thebes, 2nd Intermediate Period, 17th Dynasty, c.1585-1545 BC

Gold and enamel earrings Byzantine, early 10th century AD

French archeologist Joseph Hackin exploring The Buddhas of Bamiyan, Afghanistan, 1931.

SINGLE PAYAL(anklet), RAJASTHAN, circa 1900

Gold earring with exquisite filigree work; art of Magna Graecia. Displayed at Taranto National Museum, Italy.

Thracian jewelry,gold 4th cent.BC Bulgaria

Different portrayals of Egyptian queen Nefertiti.

Ancient Road in Pompeii

A Roman aubergine marbled glass flask Circa 1st Century A.D.

Gold finger ring, 3rd century A.D.

Ruins of Ephesus - Turkey

A Roman glass bottle: 1st century A.D.