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Etruscan bracelets from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb. 7th. century BCE |

Etruscan bracelets from the Regolini-Galassi, Cerveteri, Tomb. Rome, Museo di Villa Giulia Thinking of Karen Mitchell Fine Jewelry.

Pair Of Byzantine Bracelets | 5th-7th Century CE | Gold, lapis lazuli, glass & pearl | Valued 310,000-450,000 US dollars; via Christie's

(Byzantine) pair of Gold, lapis lazuli, glass and pearl bracelets, Byzantine, circa century CE.

ITALY - CIRCA 2002: Gold bracelet, from Vulci (Lazio). Etruscan civilization, 6th Century BC. Rome, Museo Nazionale Etrusco Di Villa Giulia (Villa Giulia National Museum, Archaeological Museum

ITALY - CIRCA 2002: Gold bracelet, from Vulci (Lazio). Etruscan civilization, 6th Century BC. Rome, Museo Nazionale Etrusco Di Villa Giulia (Villa Giulia National Museum, Archaeological Museum

The Juliana Bracelet from the Hoxne hoard Roman Britain, buried in the 5th century AD Found in Hoxne, Suffolk (1992)

The Juliana Bracelet from the Hoxne hoard Roman Britain, buried in the century AD Found in Hoxne, Suffolk The Hoxne (pronounced ‘Hoxon’) hoard is the richest find of treasure from Roman.

Etruscan Gold Filigree Earrings (circa 1st quarter of the 7th century B.C.) - Openwork ribbons filled with wire bands, bosses, scrolls. Probably from Vetulonia.

Ancient Gold and Silver: Etruscan, Openwork ribbons filled with wire bands, bosses, scrolls. Probably from Vetulonia Ca. of the Century BC

Greek Gold Pendant with Pearls  An ancient Greek gold pendant with a solar and lunar motif inlaid with aquamarine and three dangling antique natural pearls.  Ca. 4the century BC.   Height: 35 mm.

An ancient Greek gold granulated pendant with a solar and lunar motif inlaid with aquamarine and three dangling antique natural pearls.

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