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Byzantine Gold Ring with Glass Cabochon, 6th-8th Century AD

Byzantine Gold Ring with Glass Cabochon, 6th-8th Century AD

A MEDIEVAL GOLD AND TOURMALINE FINGER RING   CIRCA LATE 12TH-13TH CENTURY A.D.   The plain hoop, round in section, joined to the underside of an irregularly-shaped box bezel, the sides embellished with diagonal rows of punched diamonds, set with a cabochon tourmaline, secured by three small prongs

A MEDIEVAL GOLD AND TOURMALINE FINGER RING CIRCA LATE 12TH-13TH CENTURY A.D. The plain hoop, round in section, joined to the underside of an irregularly-shaped box bezel, the sides embellished with diagonal rows of punched diamonds, set with a cabochon tourmaline, secured by three small prongs

Gold ring with amethyst crystals. Middle Europe ca 1450.

Gold ring with amethyst crystals. Middle Europe ca 1450.

Mycenaean Gold Earring

Mycenaean Gold Earring

Salinar culture of Peru, Nose ornament with spiders, 1st century BCE-1st CE (source).

Salinar culture of Peru, Nose ornament with spiders, 1st century BCE-1st CE (source).

Colombia | Pair of Nariño earrings; high karat gold | ca. AD 800 - 1500 | Est. 3,000 - 4,000$ (Nov '10)

Colombia | Pair of Nariño earrings; high karat gold | ca. AD 800 - 1500 | Est. 3,000 - 4,000$ (Nov '10)

Greek or Roman Gold Granulation Earring, 1st Century CE. This is a wonderful example of ancient granulation work. The granulation technique is estimated to be 5,000 years old, originating in Sumer. Granulation was also used by the Etruscans in the first millennium BCE. Greek craftsmen also adopted the technique and eventually the Romans as well, but it was the work coming from Etruria which became famous because of the mystery surrounding the process.

Greek or Roman Gold Granulation Earring, 1st Century CE. This is a wonderful example of ancient granulation work. The granulation technique is estimated to be 5,000 years old, originating in Sumer. Granulation was also used by the Etruscans in the first millennium BCE. Greek craftsmen also adopted the technique and eventually the Romans as well, but it was the work coming from Etruria which became famous because of the mystery surrounding the process.

A very fine example of a gold Scythian ornament originally attached to clothing.  Period,  Circa 6th-5th B.C.

A very fine example of a gold Scythian ornament originally attached to clothing. Period, Circa 6th-5th B.C.

Scythian Gold Gorytos Flower  Beautiful six petal leaf shaped gorytos with a central raised semi-sphere of gold that has small beading all round.  5th to 6th Century BC

Scythian Gold Gorytos Flower Beautiful six petal leaf shaped gorytos with a central raised semi-sphere of gold that has small beading all round. 5th to 6th Century BC

Akan people | A lost wax casting in gold of a plain bi-facial disc pendant | Côte d'Ivoire or Ghana | 19th century (prior to 1874)

Akan people | A lost wax casting in gold of a plain bi-facial disc pendant | Côte d'Ivoire or Ghana | 19th century (prior to 1874)