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Etruscan (Italy), Earrings, glass beads/gold, c. 400 BC.

Etruscan (Italy), Earrings, glass beads/gold, c. 400 BC.

ancientpeoples:    Gold and Glass Necklace  Grave 1, Tharros  Phoenician  4th Century BC  Length: 31 cm  Necklace with three gold pendants including one of Hathor and 40 glass beads.   Source: British Museum

ancientpeoples: Gold and Glass Necklace Grave 1, Tharros Phoenician 4th Century BC Length: 31 cm Necklace with three gold pendants including one of Hathor and 40 glass beads. Source: British Museum

Byzantine Gold Earrings, 5th-7th Century AD.  With garnet and glass cabochons and glass beads.

Byzantine Gold Earrings, 5th-7th Century AD. With garnet and glass cabochons and glass beads.

Greece | Earrings with goose pendants; gold & green glass | 4th-1st century BC

Greece | Earrings with goose pendants; gold & green glass | 4th-1st century BC

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS EARRINGS CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.

A PAIR OF ROMAN GOLD AND GLASS EARRINGS CIRCA 2ND-3RD CENTURY A.D.

A ROMANO-EGYPTIAN GOLD AND GLASS BEAD NECKLACE CIRCA 200 B.C.-200 A.D.

A ROMANO-EGYPTIAN GOLD AND GLASS BEAD NECKLACE CIRCA 200 B.C.-200 A.D.

Phoenician glass and Etruscan gold bead necklace. British Museum

Phoenician glass and Etruscan gold bead necklace. British Museum

ETRUSCAN GOLD OPENWORK EARRINGS Circa 500 BC. A pair of fabricated gold earrings in opus interrasile comprising a hollow c-shaped body, its inner and outer faces pierced and decorated with filigree beaded wire and granulation;

ETRUSCAN GOLD OPENWORK EARRINGS Circa 500 BC. A pair of fabricated gold earrings in opus interrasile comprising a hollow c-shaped body, its inner and outer faces pierced and decorated with filigree beaded wire and granulation;

Necklace, Etruscan, 5th C BC - 2nd C BC  The British Museum

Necklace, Etruscan, 5th C BC - 2nd C BC The British Museum

Mycenaean Gold Bead Necklaces, ca. 1550-1450 BC, Greece; National Archaeological Archives, Athens, Greece.

Mycenaean Gold Bead Necklaces, ca. 1550-1450 BC, Greece; National Archaeological Archives, Athens, Greece.

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