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Byzantine silver buckle, 8th century AD, cast, openwork,

Byzantine silver buckle, 8th century AD, cast, openwork,

Dress Ornament    Byzantine, 6th-7th century AD    The Walters Art Museum

Dress Ornament Byzantine, 6th-7th century AD The Walters Art Museum

.:. Byzantine gold and garnet ring with openwork hoop, c. 6th-7th century CE.

.:. Byzantine gold and garnet ring with openwork hoop, c. 6th-7th century CE.

6th-7th AD (Late Antique) Byzantine gold and (modern semi-precious) stones head ornament found in Izmir, Turkey.  Stones placed in 1910s to replace lost originals.  Held by Walters (Acc 57.546).  6 3/4" x 1 3/8" x 5/16" (17.1 x 3.5 x 0.8 cm).  Per Walters: "May have been a hair ornament, or one of two pendants that hung from a noblewoman's crown or headdress. The small bust of a woman with a turreted crown is identified by the Greek inscription "KOCMIA" as a personification of Adornment."

6th-7th AD (Late Antique) Byzantine gold and (modern semi-precious) stones head ornament found in Izmir, Turkey. Stones placed in 1910s to replace lost originals. Held by Walters (Acc 57.546). 6 3/4" x 1 3/8" x 5/16" (17.1 x 3.5 x 0.8 cm). Per Walters: "May have been a hair ornament, or one of two pendants that hung from a noblewoman's crown or headdress. The small bust of a woman with a turreted crown is identified by the Greek inscription "KOCMIA" as a personification of Adornment."

ca. 1100 from Constantinople.    This elegant pendant cross with four equal arms radiating from a central medallion is representative of the finest objects for personal devotion produced for the elite of the Byzantine Empire. Both faces of the exquisite miniature cross are decorated with intricate floral patterns worked in multicolored cloisonné enamel.    At the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

ca. 1100 from Constantinople. This elegant pendant cross with four equal arms radiating from a central medallion is representative of the finest objects for personal devotion produced for the elite of the Byzantine Empire. Both faces of the exquisite miniature cross are decorated with intricate floral patterns worked in multicolored cloisonné enamel. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

I GIOIELLI ROMANI |  romanoimpero.com

I GIOIELLI ROMANI | romanoimpero.com

Byzantine gold ring 8th - 10 th century AD

Byzantine gold ring 8th - 10 th century AD

4th - 5th AD Roman / Byzantine (Late Antique) gold diadem with amethyst and emeralds. Held at Walters (Acc 57.549). 12 1/4" h x 1 1/8" w x 3/8" d (31.1 x 2.86 x 0.9 cm).  Found in Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey).  Per Walters: "The ten sections of this openwork diadem were each adorned with a central gem and pearls, now missing. The diadem was sewn onto a headband of leather or cloth with holes so wearers could adjust the size. Similar pieces were also worn as neckbands."

4th - 5th AD Roman / Byzantine (Late Antique) gold diadem with amethyst and emeralds. Held at Walters (Acc 57.549). 12 1/4" h x 1 1/8" w x 3/8" d (31.1 x 2.86 x 0.9 cm). Found in Constantinople (Istanbul, Turkey). Per Walters: "The ten sections of this openwork diadem were each adorned with a central gem and pearls, now missing. The diadem was sewn onto a headband of leather or cloth with holes so wearers could adjust the size. Similar pieces were also worn as neckbands."

Openwork Medallion  Early Byzantine late 6th or early 7th century |   Read more at http://vmfa.museum/collections/art/openwork-medallion/#uFVvCMoi0gA5byY2.99

Openwork Medallion Early Byzantine late 6th or early 7th century | Read more at http://vmfa.museum/collections/art/openwork-medallion/#uFVvCMoi0gA5byY2.99

Viking Silver 'Jeweled' Disc Brooch . Silver C.10th Century A.D. Found Lake Ladoga.

Viking Silver 'Jeweled' Disc Brooch . Silver C.10th Century A.D. Found Lake Ladoga.

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