A GREEK GOLD AND GARNET PENDANT - HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 1ST CENTURY B.C.
Gold, varicoloured enamel and diamond pendant, centred on figure of the Infant Christ, enthroned beneath a canopy, globe in one hand, the other raised in benediction, between two table cut diamonds in four petal (quatrefoil) settings, and above a third, larger, similarly set, applied to a backplate of open scrolls with forget-me-nots. Three hanging pearls, c.1600.
https://flic.kr/p/5srxkY | Roman blacelet | British Museum Gold set with perals emeralds and sapphires 3c AD Tunis
Perpignan garnet pendant, Perpignan garnet, 18k gold, France, early 19th century, 8.2 × 5.4cm, 11.5g. The garnet was yielded from South France.
Pair of Greek gold earrings with a disk and Eros | ca. 300 BC, Hellenistic period | Gold.
The golden haired Cupid, his body naturalistically enamelled white, embellished with table-cut rubies and diamonds, a sapphire collar round his neck and ruby wings and quiver fires a diamond tipped arrow from his ruby bow. The marriage symbols of turtle doves, sacred to Venus, the heart and forget-me-not flowers decorate the plaque above. The plaque and pendant hang from a pearl and gold chain terminating in six enamelled gold and ruby links. German, or Netherlands, c. 1600.
A GREEK GOLD AND FAIENCE NECKLACE HELLENISTIC PERIOD, CIRCA 2ND CENURY B.C. Composed of spherical and globular gold beads, some fluted, the larger beads with a ring of beaded wire at the suspension hole, interspersed with ridged blue faience beads; strung with a modern clasp