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Africa | Lost wax casting in gold of a flat open-work bi-facial disc bead (akekyedee akyi).  | Asante people. Royal Palace, Kumase, Ghana. | 19th century (prior to 1874) || {4.1}

African lost-wax casting in gold of a flat open-work bi-facial disc bead.

Hollow Gold Ring, having a thick graduated band supporting a square bezel set with glass sealing a beautiful fine gold cross, dating Circa 7th/8th Century AD.

Hollow Gold Ring, having a thick graduated band supporting a square bezel set with glass sealing a beautiful fine gold cross, dating Circa Century AD.

Etruscan jewelry: rings were worn more by women then by men. Jewelry was either imported from abroad or from the local area.

Thorvaldsens Museum - The collections - Thorvaldsen's drawings - Ancient artefacts - Ancient artefacts - Ancient artefacts

Roman  Gold Earring, set with a cabachon garnet, dating to the 2nd/3rd Century AD

*ITALY ~ Roman Gold Earring, set with a cabachon garnet, dating to the Century AD

Late Roman gold ring ca 400 A.D. Set with carnelian intaglio of the goddess Fortuna. Measurements of bezel: 17 x 12 mm Ring size : "O" + 1/2 = US 7 + 1/2

Late Roman gold ring ca 400 A. Set with carnelian intaglio of the goddess Fortuna. Measurements of bezel: 17 x 12 mm Ring size : "O" + = US 7 +

A ROMAN SNAKE RING  CIRCA 1ST CENTURY A.D.  Composed of a single strand of gold, coiled three times to form the hoop and twisted into a figure of eight at each end with snake head terminals, with added granular and incised decoration

c AD Roman Snake Ring composed of a single strand of gold, coiled three times to form the hoop and twisted into a figure of eight at each end w snake head terminals, w added granular and incised decoration

Gold Ring ca.1350.

Gold ring, Until the late century, gems were usually polished rather than cut. The jewelry worn in medieval Europe reflected an intensely hierarchical and status-conscious society.

RIng with Blue Stone, Roman        2nd-3rd centuries C.E.      Gold, stone

★ RIng with Blue Stone ~ Roman centuries C. Gold with Lapiz Azure stone

Pair of Spiral-Form Earrings. Greece, possibly Attica, late 8th or early 7th century B.C.

Pair of Spiral-Form Earrings. Greece, possibly Attica, late or early century B. Symbol of the sun, Greek key at edge is the meander The four triangular sections are fertility. The S radiating out from the sun represent eternity.

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