ROMAN GOLD NECKLACE AND PENDANT Circa 3rd-4th century AD. A gold necklace comprising a gold trichinopoly band with tubular terminals set with filigree collars and four tear-shaped cabochon garnets, with attachment loops in the form of a round-section bar with recurved and hoop ends set with an openwork filigree annulate with granule detailing; the pendant a free-running hollow biconical tube with applied filigree heart designs and cabochon tear-shaped garnets .
A GREEK GOLD BRACELET CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C. The penannular hoop round in section, with lion-head terminals joined to the ends by a cylindrical collar, a small beaded wire at the join, a larger beaded wire framed by plain wire behind the heads, each lion head with an incised radiating mane, the short rounded ears high on the head, the eyes bulging within the recessed sockets, the whiskers incised 3¼ in. (8.3 cm.) wide