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Roman      Earring        3rd century C.E

Roman Earring century C.E I think this could have a decent reproduction in sculpy or metal clay

Parthian Gold, Garnet & Glass Earrings, Circa 1st-2nd Century AD

Parthian Gold, Garnet & Glass Earrings, Circa Century AD Each with a small boat-shaped body hinged to an arching earwire, a spool below joined to a large inverted drop-shaped pendant, a stack.

Bracelet.  Iran, Achaemenid Period -   silver. |   LACMA

Bracelet Iran, Achaemenid period B.) Jewelry and Adornments; bracelets Silver Diameter: 3 in. cm) Museum Acquisition Fund Art of the Ancient Near East

A heavy Gold Drop, Parthian Period, ca 247 BC-224 AD.

Achaemenid artisans of the Parthian Empire used the iconography of Dionysus the Greek god of wine on many things, including jewelry. This Dionysian influence is evident in this gold element that takes

Persian 22kt gold pendant of two reclining rams, each joined as one single body, with curved horns and very detailed features, 500 BC.

Persian gold pendant of two reclining rams, each joined as one single body, with curved horns and very detailed features, 500 BC.

A COILED-WIRE BRACELET WITH FELINE-HEAD TERMINALS D. 8 cm. Gold Greco-Thracian, 4th-3rd cent. B.C. — with Denise Pimentel and Şakir Akasya.

(Thracia, Bulgaria) A Coiled - wire Gold bracelet with feline-head terminal. Gold Greco-Thracian, ca cent. with Denise Pimentel and Şakir Akasya.

Torque with the Figures of Beasts of Prey Author:	 Country:	Iran Collection:	Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date:	5th-3th century b.c.

Torque with the Figures of Beasts of Prey Author: Country: Iran Collection: Archaeological Artifacts of Eastern Europe and Siberia Date: century b.

Earring with pendant Gold 1000 BC-1 AD Cyprus 74.51.3784

Earring with pendant Gold 1000 AD Cyprus

Gold and copper alloy spiral earring with lion-griffin head terminal | Greek, Cypriot | Classical | The Met

ancientpeoples: “ Gold and copper alloy spiral earrings with lion-griffin head terminal Greek or Cypriot, half of the century B. (Classical period) The eyes and rosettes were originally inlaid with colored enamel, and the goldwork is of.

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