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Roman Earrings, 1st Century AD.  Made of gold, garnet, coral and amethyst.

* A Pair of Roman Gold, Garnet, Coral and Amethyst Earrings, ca. century AD - Sands of Time Ancient Art

Crescent Earring,Byzantine,First half 10th century,gold with pearls. Pearls have a tendency to degrade in archaeological contexts.So,they may be found in large quantities on objects from sacred treasures—liturgical furnishings and book covers.The fact, then, that more than one hundred pearls are preserved on these two pieces and the earring’s mate in a private collection makes them the most splendid gold and pearl jewelry set to have survived from Byzantium.

Crescent Earring Byzantine : First half century ~ The pearls represent purity. The pearled star above the crescent moon was a symbol of the Byzantine Christian Western Roman capital city of Constaninople

.Arte colonial español

Cross finial Colombia/Ecuador, circa 1650 Gold, emeralds from Colombia, pearls from Venezuela

Anillos

2 glass rings with large shanks India (private collection Linda Pastorino). gotta make some replica pieces like these, they are gorgeous!

A Pair of Roman Gold, Garnet, Coral and Amethyst Earrings, ca. 1st century AD - Sands of Time Ancient Art

A Pair of Roman Gold, Garnet, Coral and Amethyst Earrings, ca. 1st century AD

A Pair of Roman Gold, Garnet, Coral and Amethyst Earrings, ca. century AD - Sands of Time Ancient Art

Roman, Pair of earrings of the Baretta type, 2nd century CE-3rd c, gold, coral, and garnet. | risdmuseum.org/

Pair of earrings of the Baretta type Unknown artist, Roman Pair of earrings of the Baretta type, century century CE Gold, coral, and garnet

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