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An Amber necklace and a gold dress fastener. 800-700 BC. Ireland.

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In museum in Dublin Ireland. An Amber necklace and a gold dress fastener.

Necklace pendants and beads, 17th–16th century b.c.; late Old Babylonian period Mesopotamia Gold  Diam. of largest medallion 1 3/8 in. (3.6 cm) Fletcher Fund, 1947 (47.1b

PATTERN::medallion element (added to candle like a seal)::: Necklace pendants and beads, century b. late Old Babylonian period Mesopotamia Gold Diam. of largest medallion 1 in.

Gold pendant in the form of a bull’s head (ca. 1600-1050 B.C.) Cyprus. Gold. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, 1874–76 (74.51.3117). #gold #bronzeage

Gold bull’s head pendant. Early Bronze Age, Cypriot culture (Source: Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Ancient Irish gold torc, 2000 BC, National Museum of Ireland, Dublin.

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Bronze Age Irish Objects: Gleninsheen Gold Gorget B.) Crescent-shaped ribbed collar of sheet gold in repousse with circular terminal bosses decorated with concentric designs

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One of the most famous pieces of Etruscan goldsmithing: gold brooch decorated with lions, from the Regolini Galassi Tomb in Cerveteri. This brooch belonged to the grave goods of a princely rank woman.

Necklace with coin pendants, Late Imperial, 3rd century A.D.  Roman  Gold  L. 14 1/2 in. (36.8 cm)  Gift of J. Pierpont Morgan, 1917 (17.190.1655)  ON VIEW: GALLERY 169   Last Updated March 21, 2012

Gold necklace with coin pendants Period: Late Imperial Date: century A. Culture: Roman Medium: Gold necklace with coin pendants

Girdle with Coins and Medallions, circa ca. 583, reassembled after discovery; Byzantine.

Girdle with Coins and Medallions, circa ca. reassembled after discovery…

A PAIR OF ETRUSCAN GOLD DISKS   CIRCA LATE 4TH CENTURY B.C.   Each formed of domed sheet, encircled by granules, elaborately adorned in concentric rings, with clusters of granulation, filigree spirals centered by granules, clusters of granulation around larger granules, centered by a piriform knob embellished with granulation; mounted as earrings with modern gold backs and posts

Pair of Etruscan gold disks circa century B. wher we can see the fine granulation technique invented by the Etruscan.

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