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    Huge Roman Gold pendant decorated with Nymph and Satyr. Circa 2nd century AD. Ex private London collection, purchased before 1950. Most likely southern Italy. It is hard to describe just how large and stunning this pendant is. It will surely make an impact if worn today as it did 2,000 years ago. Suspension hoop is intact so it is perfectly wearable.

    10th c. Byzantine gold pendant with granulation (1 7/16 x 1 3/8 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1953.633

    Roman Gold Woven Necklace with Garnets 3rd-4th century AD . A late Roman necklace formed from interwoven gold wire links with eleven oval garnet beads suspended on similar gold wire; with a sympathetic modern clasp

    5-7th c. Byzantine gold, lapis lazuli, garnet, and glass pendant (2 x 1 1/8 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1948.24

    Pendant earring gold, aquamarine Cypriot Roman period 2nd-3rd c. AD

    11th c. Byzantine, poss. Constantinople gold pendant with cloisonne enamel (1 3/16 x 1 1/4 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1946.428

    Gold pendant: Circa 69 AD. A rare denarius of Roman emperor Otho facing right, the reverse with Fortuna and olive branch.

    Gold and variscite earring (one of a pair) 3rd Century AD

    1st-2nd c. Parthian, Seleucia gold, garnet, and pearl earring (1 7/16 x 1 1/8 x 1/2) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1933.193

    100 year calendar

    Earring with pendants and female head Period: Hellenistic Date: 3rd century B.C. Culture: Etruscan Medium: Gold, silver

    Gold head of a pin with the figure of Nike (Victory) Period: Early Imperial Date: 1st century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Gold

    Roman bracelet, 3rd century AD, Tunis

    6th c. Byzantine pendant: garnet portrait intaglio in gold filigree setting (1 5/16 x 7/8 in.) - Cleveland Museum of Art 1947.33

    ca. AD 1-2nd c. Transcaucasian bronze belt clasp - Met Museum

    Pendant 2nd–3rd century Culture: Ostrogothic Medium: Gold, rock crystal

    11-12th c. Iranian (possibly Syrian or Egyptian) gold earrings and pendant. The stems of the mushroom-shaped prongs are pierced, suggesting that strings of tiny pearls would have hung down. (2 5/16 in. max dia.) - Met Museum 2007.340

    Jasper intaglio: Cock-headed anguipede. Period: Imperial Date: ca. 2nd–3rd century A.D. Culture: Roman Medium: Jasper, red, gold Dimensions: Other: 1 3/8 x 7/8 x 1/8 in. (3.5 x 2.2 x 0.3 cm) Classification: Gems Credit Line: Purchase by subscription, 1895 Accession Number: 95.15.1

    Art Deco metalwork, Chanin Building, New York.

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

    Bedroom Ceiling in Castle Coch, near Cardiff