A GREEK GOLD AND BLACK STONE NECKLACE HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 3RD-2ND CENTURY B.C. Formed of a length of three-fold double loop-in-loop chain, each end threaded through a capped cylindrical black stone bead, one end with a plain sheet cap edged with ropes, one end with filigree spirals edged with ropes, the terminals in the form of horned lion heads, petal-like ears on either side of the stylized looped horns, the back of the heads embellished with beaded filigree, 15½ in. (39.4 cm.)…
Attic Greek Gold Leaf Diadem, C. 450 BCThis extremely rare and elegant Dionysian diadem is probably a royal tomb find. This Diadem portrays at least ten figures, including two men on horseback, plus numerous animals. This is a Hunting Scene, very.
A PAIR OF GREEK GOLD GOAT HEAD EARRINGS HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 3RD CENTURY B.C. Each with a hoop of spiralling plain wire tapering to plain wire that hooks through a loop on the underside of the goat head terminal, with a collar of wire tongues joined to the neck, the ridged goat horns curving over the separately-made elongated ears, the fleece incised around the jaw
Hellenistic Gold Oak Wreath, c. Century BC A Greek Hellenistic diadem wreath comprising numerous projecting sprays of sheet-gold oak leaves in two sizes with serrated edges and veins, a large central rosette with two smaller similar roundels.
A thin band of gold with attached laurel leaves and small flowers. The central ornament is an archaic mask of a gorgon. Each end of the band is a conventionalized peacock, standing full front, with spread tail.