Pair of gold and rock crystal disks, set with garnet and glass inlays. Period: Late Archaic. Date: early 5th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan. Medium: Gold, rock crystal.

Pair of gold and rock crystal disks, set with garnet and glass inlays. Period: Late Archaic. Date: early 5th century B.C. Culture: Etruscan. Medium: Gold, rock crystal.

Earrings Etruscan, 525-500 BC The J. Paul Getty Museum “Seven rosettes form the decoration of this pair of large Etruscan earrings. Placed in a circular arrangement around a central point, the rosettes were made separately and attached to a backing...

Earrings Etruscan, 525-500 BC The J. Paul Getty Museum “Seven rosettes form the decoration of this pair of large Etruscan earrings. Placed in a circular arrangement around a central point, the rosettes were made separately and attached to a backing...

Earring, baule type Date: 7th–5th Century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Gold

Earring, baule type Date: 7th–5th Century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Gold

Bengal (probably Orissa or Assam) | Elaborate gold filigree earrings. The ear ornaments are made from hollow sheet gold with applied chased, twisted and plain wire, granulation and other decoration. | ca. mid 19th century

Ear ornaments (Ear ornaments)

Bengal (probably Orissa or Assam) | Elaborate gold filigree earrings. The ear ornaments are made from hollow sheet gold with applied chased, twisted and plain wire, granulation and other decoration. | ca. mid 19th century

Roman Gold and Carnelian Fortuna Panthea Ring, 2nd-3rd Century ADDepicting the helmeted Fortuna Panthea (goddess of prosperity and good fortune) with wings, cornucopia, rudder, poppies and a corn ear.

Roman Gold and Carnelian Fortuna Panthea Ring, 2nd-3rd Century ADDepicting the helmeted Fortuna Panthea (goddess of prosperity and good fortune) with wings, cornucopia, rudder, poppies and a corn ear.

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