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This design reveals its artistic credibility. These handcrafted earrings are reproductions of popular Victorian adaptations of a Roman design. Embellished with filigree threads, they come in your choice of diamond-cut amethyst, luminous opal, faceted citrine, cabochon lapis lazuli, onyx, blue topaz, baroque pearl or iridescent moonstone. 24k gold over sterling silver. European backs. Size: 1 3/4 inches.
Lina Teixeira saved to Aneis
Storia dell'impero romano e dell'impero bizantino
Irene Suárez saved to Anillos and rings
A pair of old earrings, from the 2nd century. They're made of 22K appropriate clarity gold. Their sagging round shape and bent hook are both quite unique. Considering their age, they are in very good condition. They weigh 6.9 grams, and they are 1.227 inches long. The length of the oval part is 0.381 inches. The box is not part of the auction. Free world-wide shipping by FedEx.
Tina Bingham saved to Biblical Roman Fashion
History Overview Ancient Romans are renown for the complex jewelry designs and use of a wide range of materials, especially colorful gems and glass beads. This craft was extensively favoured by the influence and know-how of the different cultures they embraced and variety of natural resources available in all the Mediterranean territories under control. Additionally, an extensive trade network of imports provided access to exotic materials, semiprecious and precious stones that could travel…
Christopher Mims saved to Fashion
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A ring from the Roman Empire, dated to the 1st - 3rd centuries AD. The head of a mountain goat - the horns are distinctive - but with the addition of a distinct crescent moon each side.
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Necklace with pendants Phoenician-Iberian, 5th-4th century BC
Pair of earrings with amphora pendants Unknown artist Pair of earrings with amphora pendants, 3rd century BCE Gold; glass RISD Museum
Marzena Szymanowska saved to ARCHEO
The jewelry of the Hellenistic and early Roman periods is among the finest of the ancient world, unsurpassed in richness of subject matter and composition, luxurious media and exquisite attention to...
Apart from gold and various other precious metals, the Roman empire used glass to create their jewelry. Their precious jewelry gives us a comprehension of
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