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Found in 1873 in the Sos Valley, near Tarascon-sur-Ariège (Pyrenees, France).

6-7c Bead necklace with meillefiori and gold coin pendants, Anglo-Saxon under the Byzantine influence. British Museum

British Museum - jewellery Bead necklace with meillefiori and gold coin pendants, Anglo-Saxon under the Byzantine influence.

Double finger ring, Roman, 1st - 3 Century.

Simple rings of gold plate, connected by a sleeve made narrower gold sheet. Such multiple rings with two or three members have been manufactured specifically for Funeralgebrauch.

A gold bracelet with lapis lazuli, pearl and glass. Eastern Mediterranean, 5th-7th century A.D.

A gold bracelet with lapis lazuli, pearl and glass. Eastern Mediterranean, century A.

Ancient Roman Jewelry   The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Intaglio, mid century A. Antonine or Severan Roman Jasper, gold mount set with pearls and glass H. cm) Purchase, The Bothmer Purchase Fund and Lila Acheson Wallace Gift, 1994

ANCIENT ANGLO SAXON GOLD PENDANT WITH GARNET INSERT

VERY RARE* Gold Gilted Ancient Anglo Saxon Cavalry Mount. Authentic Artefact

ancient Norse-Viking Anglo-Saxon wire rope small Gold ring 800 - 1100 A.

British Museum  Damascus 150-50BC

sapphire and diamond ring rings Roman Earrings British Museum Damascus Gold RIng with 4 Diamonds Sharp Claw Ring

Ancient Egyptian gold ring

Via Hulda Crawford Gold ring with an oval bezel engraved with Isis nursing Horus, engraved gold, Phoenicia, about BC.

Ring with lions supporting a scarab bezel , Italic, Etruscan, Late Archaic Period, early 5th century B.C.

*ITALY ~ Ring with lions supporting a scarab bezel , Italic, Etruscan, Late Archaic Period, early century B.

Female temple ring. The Radimichi tribe (Belorussia), 11-13th century.Brass Size 40 x 36 mm  $7.00

The Radimichi tribe (Belorussia), century. Size 40 x 36 mm

louis seize - Google-søk

louis seize - Google-søk

Gold and glass bracelet with central medallion ca 2nd century B.C. Greece, from the @metmuseum collection

Gold and glass bracelet with central medallion Period: Hellenistic Date: century B. Culture: Greek Medium: Gold and glass. The original cuff!

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