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Pair of earrings, Three Kingdoms period, Gaya Federation (42–562), late 4th–early 5th century  Korea  Gold

Earring (One of a Pair)Period: Three Kingdoms period B. Date: Silla Kingdom, early century Culture: Korea Medium: Gold Dimensions: L.

[Antiquity-Three Kingdoms Period(Silla)] Gold crown

[Antiquity-Three Kingdoms Period(Silla)] Gold crown belonged to The Great Queen

Gold Crown. Silla, 5th century. | National Museum of Korea

'Silla: Korea's Golden Kingdom' at the Met! Crown Korea, Silla Kingdom B. second half of the century, Gold and jade (Photo: © National Museum of Korea)

Korean, Joseon dynasty, 19th century  Korea  DIMENSIONS  Length: 25.5 cm (10 1/16 in.)  MEDIUM OR TECHNIQUE  Malachite

“Single Knot Pendant with Malachite Grapes Trinkets Joseon dynasty century ” From the Museum of Fine Arts Boston.

Necklace. Korea, Silla kingdom, 6th century. Excavated from Noseo-dong no. 215 Tomb. Gold and jade; L. 32 5/8 in. (83 cm). National Museum of Korea, National Treasure 456 Part of an exhibition called Silla: Korea's Golden Kingdom November 4, 2013-February 23, 2014

Excavated from Noseo-dong no. Gold and jade; National Museum of Korea, National Treasure 456 Part of an exhibition called Silla: Korea's Golden Kingdom November 2014

Gold Crown found in Seongju Burial Mound. Three Kingdoms Period. 성주 성산동고분에서 나온 팔찌

Gold Crown found in Seongju Burial Mound. Three Kingdoms Period. 성주 성산동고분에서 나온 팔찌

Reliquary from the 5-Story pagoda of Songnim-sa Temple, near Daegu - Unified Silla Period 칠곡 송림사 사리기(漆谷 松林寺 舍利器)

Reliquary from the pagoda of Songnim-sa Temple, near Daegu - Unified…

from: Ancient Korea - The Ancient Kingdoms of Korea

Goguryeo (Koguryo) was the kingdom which ruled northern Korea during the Three Kingdoms period from the century BCE to century CE.

Gold Pendants The pendants were made from linked gold beads decorated with tear-shaped metal flakes. Unfortunately, the beads were scattered in the tomb, so they cannot be restored to their original form.

Gold Pendants The pendants were made from linked gold beads decorated with tear-shaped metal flakes. Unfortunately, the beads were scattered in the tomb, so they cannot be restored to their original form.

Excavated in Gyeongsang province, Gaya period, 5th-6th century,(left)H.23 (right)H.16.5 National Museum of Korea.

Excavated in Gyeongsang province, Gaya period, National Museum of Korea.

Korean bas relief roof tile, 8-9th Century AD; impressed design on terra cotta. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Roof tile with a demon face, century A. Earthenware with impressed decoration. Gift of Colonel John R. Photo: © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

[Antiquity-Three Kingdoms Period(Silla)] Roof Tile with Beast Design

[Antiquity-Three Kingdoms Period(Silla)] Roof Tile with Beast Design