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Two dragons presenting a heart-shaped amber Buried 1647-1658 From the tomb of Lady Chen, wife of Tong Bonian, in Dengfushan, outside the Zhonghua Gate, Nanjing

Hair ornament with gemstones<br> Buried 1517; Zhengde period (1506-1521)<br> From the tomb of Duchess Xu at Bancang, outside the Taiping Gate<br> Nanjing; gold with repoussé design and gemstone inlay<br> 3 1/4 x 2 1/2 x 3/4 inches

gold earrings, 2-3 century b.c., archeology museum, istanbul

Earrings Date: ca. 1850 Culture: American (probably) Medium: gold, garnet, pearl Dimensions: Diameter: 1 3/4 in. (4.4 cm) Credit Line: Gift of the Estate of Helen E. Foulds, 1959 Accession Number: C.I.59.23.6a, b Metropolitan Museum of Art

Song Dynasty Amphora (960 to 1279 AD)

Egypt | Islamic crescent-shaped pendant; gold, cloisonné enamel, turquoise | ca. 11th century

Ornament Period: Tang dynasty (618–907) Culture: China Medium: Gold Classification: Jewelry

Portuguese necklace in gold filigree and enamel, 19th century

Small Sideways Gold Heart Necklace in 14K Gold Fill. This Heart Shape can be left blank or with one custom uppercase or lowercase initial.

Earrings, 4-5th century, Korea, gold

Jade pendant - knotted dragon, Eastern Zhou dynasty (770–256 BCE)

Gold Half Moon-Shaped Earring with Peacocks, late 6th–7th century, Byzantine

Bethlen pendant - Hungary, 17th century; gold enamels, rubies and pearls.


Gold Earring, 3rd century - Eastern Germanic

Hungarian, 17th century; gold penant with rubies and pale emeralds with enamel.

Greek: 5-4th century BC: Gold and carnelian boat-shaped earring.

Prudence Enamel on reverse after a design by Étienne Delaune (French, Orléans 1518/19–1583 Strasbourg

Key to my heart

Handle in the Shape of a Dragon's Head. Period: Eastern Han dynasty (25–220). Date: 1st–2nd century. Culture: China. Medium: Gilded bronze with traces of red pigment.

Finial from the throne of Tipu Sultan, Mysore, ca. 1790. Gold, inlaid with diamonds, rubies, and emeralds; lac core. The Al-Thani Collection.