სასაფეთქლეები. ახალგორი, ძვ. წ. IV ს., ოქრო, სიგრძე 13 სმ. სიმონ ჯანაშიას სახელობის საქართველოს მუზეუმი. Temple pendants. Akhalgori, 4th century B.C., gold, L 13 cm. GNM, Simon Janashia Museum of Georgia.
Hand jewel (hathiphul), Anonymous, c. 1750
Ptolemaic gold serpent finger ring with a garnet setting, 1st cent. BC
‡ Snake bracelet, Hellenistic 1st century BC
Greek Gold and Amethyst Ring, 1st Century BC Ring with 3 gazelles on the hoop holding an oval mounting with a carved amethyst depicting a female draped bust with stephané and cornucopia and corn ear.
Pair of Crescent-Shaped Earrings Decorated with Filigreed Palmettes, Second quarter of the 4th century BC, Bosporan Kingdom, Panticapaeum, Wooden Sepulchre, discovered in 1845, Kerch, Crimea, Gold; filigreed with granulation
Africa | Bracelet from the Akan people
Gold and Emerald Finger ring with snakes intertwined around an emerald Greek, Hellenistic Period, 2nd century B.C. Probably made in Egypt