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Disk Brooch, early 600s Anglo-Saxon; Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

Probably made in Faversham, southeastern England; Found at Teynam, southeastern England Gold, cells inset with garnets and glass, border inlaid with niello

cabeza de oro etrusca de un alfiler con leones, abejas, mayúscula, y el follaje. C.550BC.

An ancient Greek late-fifth-century BC gold head of a pin with lions, bees, an ionic capital, and foliage. (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston via )

The Staffordshire Hoard is the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver metalwork yet found. It was unearthed in a field near the village of Hammerwich, near Lichfield, in Staffordshire, England, on 5 July 2009. The hoard consists of over 3,500 items.

The Staffordshire Hoard is the largest hoard of Anglo-Saxon gold and silver metalwork yet found. It was unearthed in a field near the village of Hammerwich, near Lichfield, in Staffordshire, England, on 5 July The hoard consists of over items.

brooches A series of remarkable finds from the only known Anglo Saxon royal burial site in the North of England were unveiled to the public for the first time at Kirkleatham Museum mid 7th C

brooches A series of remarkable finds from the only known Anglo Saxon royal burial site in the North of England were unveiled to the public for the first time at Kirkleatham Museum mid C

British Museum - jewellery Mid  7th cent. with cross in  -byzantine  style,Anglo-Saxon

British Museum - jewellery / Mid Gold and Garnet necklace with cross in Byzantine style, Anglo-Saxon.

A TORTOISESHELL SINGING BIRD BOX WITH SILVER COVER  PROBABLY LATE 19TH CENTURY

A TORTOISESHELL SINGING BIRD BOX WITH SILVER COVER PROBABLY LATE 19TH CENTURY

Fragment of gold bracteate brooch with filigree decoration. This is Anglo-Saxon in style, and is from the period when south-west Scotland was annexed by Anglian Northumbria, from around 620AD to 850AD.  This design is similar to that of the seahorse.

Fragment of gold bracteate brooch with filigree decoration. This is Anglo-Saxon in style, and is from the period when south-west Scotland was annexed by Anglian Northumbria, from around to This design is similar to that of the seahorse.

Bracteates likely derived from Roman/Byzantine portrait medallions, presented by the emperor to forge personal and political alliances. Here, however, the imperial image has been transformed into a depiction of what is probably a god from the Nordic pantheon

Bracteate [Scandinavian] Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History The Metropolitan Museum of Art

~ Pair of royal finger rings. Date: A.D. 828-858 Place of origin: Laverstock Period/culture: Late Anglo-Saxon Medium: Gold, niello

Gold finger-ring with beaded border. Band divided into 8 panels with incised zoomorphic and interlaced designs. Culture/periodLate Anglo-Saxon Middle Anglo-Saxon 2 (other is just rune carved ring)

Vintage 18 Karat Yellow Gold Natural Sapphire Diamond Filigree Cocktail Ring $795

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[Side View] A CELTIC GOLD BRACELET   CIRCA LATE 5TH-EARLY 4TH CENTURY B.C.   Formed from a stout hollow tube, one end fitting into the other, with a circular perforation through both ends for insertion of a pin, the surface ornamented in relief, divided into four quadrants, each with a facing head

[Side View] A CELTIC GOLD BRACELET CIRCA LATE CENTURY B. Formed from a stout hollow tube, one end fitting into the other, with a circular perforation through both ends for insertion of a pin, the surface ornamented in relief, divided i

The ‘West Yorkshire Hoard’ - six extremely rare pieces of gold jewellery dating from the seventh to 11th centuries

The ‘West Yorkshire Hoard’ - six extremely rare pieces of gold jewellery dating from the seventh to centuries

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