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Byzantine pectoral cross with Holy Wood (about the 10th century). Museum of Fine Arts in Tbilisi (Georgia). Once part of the treasure of the Catholic Church of Martvili Monastery. http://leipsanothiki.blogspot.be/

Byzantine pectoral cross with Holy Wood (about the century). Gold decorated with pearls, emeralds, rubies Museum of Fine Arts in Tbilisi (Georgia). Part once the treasure of the Catholic Church of the Monastery of Martvili.

Detail view of The Holy Crown of Hungary also known as Crown of St. Stephen, 11th-12th century.

Detail view of The Holy Crown of Hungary also known as Crown of St. Stephen, 11th-12th century.

An antique Byzantine revival gold bangle, circa 1880 Of hinged design and oriental inspiration, the textured gold ram's head terminal to the highly decorated band of bead and ropetwist detail, mounted in yellow gold, some beads deficient, weighing 44.3 grams total, inner circumference 16.8cm

An antique Byzantine revival gold bangle, circa 1880 Of hinged design and oriental inspiration, the textured gold ram's head terminal to the highly decorated band of bead and ropetwist detail, mounted in yellow gold, some beads deficient, weighing 44.3 grams total, inner circumference 16.8cm

Chain with Birds and Geometric Motifs. 1000–1200. Made in, Kiev (probably). Culture: Kievan Rus'. Cloisonné enamel, gold. Chains, called riazni, were created from small cloisonné enamel medallions. The chains may have joined layers of dress, been worn as necklaces or bracelets, or used to suspend circular or crescent-shaped pendants known as temple pendants or kolti.:

Ancient Ukrainian treasures / Golden chain with Birds and Geometric Motifs. Made in Kiev / Kievan Rus / Cloisonné enamel, gold. Chains, called riazni, were created from small cloisonné enamel medallions

Silver statuette of the goddess Fortuna, probably a used as a table decoration.

Silver statuette of the goddess Fortuna, probably a used as a table decoration.

Silver statuette of the goddess Fortuna, probably a used as a table decoration. Date 200-225 (circa). From Gaul.   Silver statuette of the goddess crowned, with gilt traces; she holds a cornucopia in her left hand, her right arm is lost. Roman, 200-225 CE. London, British Museum.

Full: Front Silver statuette of the goddess Fortuna, probably a used as a table decoration. © The Trustees of the British Museum

Seljuk Incised Silver Ring with Gold Inlay , Origin: Mediterranean, Circa: 1100 AD to 1400 AD

Seljuk Incised Silver Ring with Gold Inlay , Origin: Mediterranean, Circa: 1100 AD to 1400 AD