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Gold Serpentine Armbands, Greece ca. 200 B.C   (via The Metropolitan Museum of Art)

Pair of armbands, Hellenistic, ca. 200 b. Greek Gold These imposing serpentine armbands represent two tritons, male and female, each holding a small winged Eros. The hoops behind the tritons’ heads.

Pair of Roman Gold and Garnet Earrings | ca. 2nd - 3rd Century AD.

century CE gold, garnet, and imitation pearl glass Roman earrings. From Christie’s auctions.

Hoxne Hoard British Museum Roman Britain, body chain. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hoxne_Hoard #Roman #Rome

Hoxne Hoard British Museum Roman Britain, c I saw something similar in a Japanese anime I like. It was an historical piece.

A ROMAN GOLD AND CARNELIAN PENDANT   Circa 1st Century A.D.   The flat oval stone deeply engraved with a facing bust of Minerva, her head turned slightly to her right, wearing a cuirass and a triple-crested Attic helmet, bezel set, the backing with a projecting flange rolled into a suspension loop above; the entire pendant now fitted into a larger modern pendant fringed by a band of disks and supporting a pearl drop

A ROMAN GOLD AND CARNELIAN PENDANT Circa Century A. The flat oval stone deeply engraved with a facing bust of Minerva, her head turned slightly to her right, wearing a cuirass and a triple-crested Attic helmet.

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