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Espoosta löytynyt keskiaikainen sormus.

Espoosta löytynyt keskiaikainen sormus.

Germanic and medieval

Germanic and medieval

Ancient Egyptian Jewelry

Ancient Egyptian Jewelry

bone hairpin with inscription and heads of couple (woman's head missing) Roman, imperial period Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme (National Museums).

bone hairpin with inscription and heads of couple (woman's head missing) Roman, imperial period Rome, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme (National Museums).

Rosamaria G Frangini | High Ancient Jewellery  |

Rosamaria G Frangini | High Ancient Jewellery |

DETAIL Greek Gold Thigh Band, c. Late 4th Century BC With braided chain of cylindrical section terminating at each end in the head of a woman with melon coiffure and collar of beads and tongues, the clasp in the form of a Herakles Knot with central rosette and ends terminating in lion heads.

DETAIL Greek Gold Thigh Band, c. Late 4th Century BC With braided chain of cylindrical section terminating at each end in the head of a woman with melon coiffure and collar of beads and tongues, the clasp in the form of a Herakles Knot with central rosette and ends terminating in lion heads.

A late Renaissance gold-mounted garnet cameo pendant. The central oval hessonite garnet cameo carved to depict a putto astride a dolphin, within a gold and polychrome enamel openwork mount with two later cultured pearl drops, suspended from a matching enamelled panel with triple chain connections, circa 1600, possibly Spanish. #Renaissance #16thCentury #cameo #pendant

A late Renaissance gold-mounted garnet cameo pendant. The central oval hessonite garnet cameo carved to depict a putto astride a dolphin, within a gold and polychrome enamel openwork mount with two later cultured pearl drops, suspended from a matching enamelled panel with triple chain connections, circa 1600, possibly Spanish. #Renaissance #16thCentury #cameo #pendant

Renaissance Ring Scorpion Intaglio, setting 15th century, centre 2nd century BC-1st century BC Victoria & Albert Museum, London #RenaissanceJewelry

Renaissance Ring Scorpion Intaglio, setting 15th century, centre 2nd century BC-1st century BC Victoria & Albert Museum, London #RenaissanceJewelry

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