Anatolia- .Giresun-Buyuk-Eyrice Village The 2nd century AD There is a safety bolt at one end of the "S" shaped massive ring in order to prevent the pendulum's falling. The other end is rounded. The pendulum is made by hammering the non - ornamented flat sheet on an oval internal mould. It is connected to the ring with a flat, small handle.
Anatolia-Zonguldak Devrek The 2nd century AD One end of the "S" shaped ring has been inserted in the fixed earring particle in the form of a ball. The other end ends profiled. At the location where the ring goes into the ball, there is a small disk mounted to the ring. It is formed and coated by hammering the sheet on internal mould.
A PAIR OF EAST GREEK or ANATOLIAN GOLD HOOP EARRINGS CLASSICAL PERIOD, CIRCA 5TH CENTURY B.C. Each penannular, formed from five hollow spheres with hemispheres at the ends, the joins ornamented with double rows of granulation, the flat side of each hemisphere with a hinge to which is pinned the arching ear wire
Gold and beryl earring Period: Hellenistic Date: century B. Culture: Cypriot Medium: Gold, beryl Dimensions: Other: 1 in. cm) Classification: Gold and Silver Credit Line: The Cesnola Collection, Purchased by subscription, Accession Number: