Ancient Greek crown Pontika (now Ukraine) 300 BCE. It is formed in a Heracles knot.
Fibulae (pins) with wire spirals were common in Greece, South Italy, and the Picene area of eastern Italy. The Italic examples, like this one, commonly have a separate clasp element to which the spirals are attached, while in the Greek examples the pin and catch are formed from the ends of the spiral wires themselves.
Gold ear-ring: plain ring with a hook at one end and a loop at the other; on it are five pendants: a plain gold bead, a pearl on a pendant rod, a cross within a wheel, a green glass bead on a rod, and a double ring of beads.